Commentary & Opinion

  1. Posted in: Learning DeliveryA Nudge for Learners to Stay in a Continuous Beta StateAll learning results from an urge or a nudge. Organizations that create effective nudges can establish the urge and create a culture of continuous learning. ...
  2. David Vance Posted in: MeasurementA First Step Toward StandardizationDefinitions of measures and standard reports would serve L&D professionals well. ...
  3. Chris Tuff, author of "The Millennial Whisperer." Posted in: Leadership DevelopmentMillennial: Generation or Mindset?Chris Tuff, author of “The Millennial Whisperer,” shares practical strategies to recruit, retain and motivate millennials. ...
  4. Mean boss Posted in: Leadership DevelopmentFrom Brilliant Jerk to Passionate People PersonWhy the era of toxic leaders is coming to an end. ...
  5. David DeFilippo is chief people officer for Suffolk. Posted in: Leadership DevelopmentLessons From the Best and the WorstLearn from good and bad managers. ...
  6. Looking Back and Ahead on the Measurement and Management of L&DThe future is bright for L&D if we continue to build on the work of those who have come before us. ...
  7. Judy Whitcomb, Vi. CLO Podcast: Judy Whitcomb on Getting CreativeVi's Head of Learning on Achieving Big Results with Limited Resources ...
  8. The Discussion Continues on Impact and ROIThe higher the desired impact and ROI, the greater the effort must be for learning professionals, organizational goals owners and senior leaders. ...
  9. LinkedIn Becomes a Serious Open Learning PlatformLinkedIn is becoming a dominant learning solution with some pretty interesting competitive advantages, according to one learning analyst. ...
  10. champion cup standing on table at conference hall in office Posted in: Performance ManagementLeaderboards in L&D Are SexistLeaderboards do not lead to healthy competition in all people. In fact, leaderboards are unhealthy for anyone with a cooperation-driven personality. ...