The past half-century has brought tremendous change to the employer-employee social contract. From compensation and management, to culture, to learning and development, the relationship is being defined as never before.
Learning investments require a long-term focus and ability to balance the tradeoffs between profits today and greater returns in the future.
Vendors have more to offer than products and services.
Learning and development shouldn’t be underestimated for its protective quality.
Automation technology is threatening to upend the workforce while streamlining productivity. Executives overseeing the transition face a delicate balancing act in how the move is carried out.
Learning and finance should not be at odds.
Battle the turbulence of change with these guidelines.
New program to boost HR’s role in business decisions, leadership.
Traditional human resources is increasingly irrelevant and burdensome for today’s era of business.
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