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What’s the value of online learning?

By most accounts, just about everyone teaching anything needs to learn how to “leverage” online learning. Do students prefer, or even like, online learning?

Putting The PIECES! Together: Increase Flexibility

Increasing flexibility includes innovation, creativity, ‘out of the box’ thinking, and other terms used to describe achieving major breakthroughs of product or service.

Six Hands-On Ideas to Improve Onboarding

As L&D professionals, you need to combine training and teaching with constant evaluation, and learn your new team member’s fortes and weaknesses, all while working to disarm the natural insecurity that comes with being new to a work environment.

Case Study: Compliance training: Should you opt for Instructor-led or Active E-learning?

Every company requires some type of compliance training for its employees. Is insructor-led or e-learning the best way to deliver compliance training?

Tips from the Campaign Trail: How to Make Voluntary Training Engaging

The challenge of keeping unpaid volunteers engaged and committed to a learning experience is almost identical to keeping staff engaged and committed to voluntary learning as well.

Compliance and Learning: Always Audit Ready

No industry or company is immune to the dictates of legal compliance. It might take different forms and involve different potential penalties, but every business knows that compliance and risk management is a priority.

Putting the PIECES! Together: Partner

The first and perhaps most important step in putting the pieces together is partnering with customers, employees, vendors and the community. Partners have shared objectives and work toward a common goal.

Putting the PIECES! Together

Let’s face it, there are times when we all wonder if we will be able to ‘keep it together,’ at work and in our personal lives, but that presupposes we already have the pieces together. What are the PIECES! for L&D leaders?

L&D is Positioned to Drive Business Impact. Are You?

Think about it: Besides learning and development, what business function has access to all levels in the organization, the ability to harness and disseminate knowledge, and the opportunity to link various areas of the organization? None.

VIDEO: MillerCoors prepares for roll out of new LMS

For the past three years, MillerCoors University, the learning and development arm of the beer company, has run off the same LMS. Next year, they're switching to a new system. Find out the steps MillerCoors U took to prepare for a successful launch.

Featured Events
  

 
The Global Workforce: L&D Across Borders - Ben Mueller
The Global Workforce: L&D Across Borders
Global leadership development is the biggest challenge facing organizations today, according to Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends 2014 report, a survey of 2,500 business and HR leaders in 94 countries. How best does one expand learning and development operations across an increasingly global landscape?... Full Article »

April 16,2014

Strategy/Tactics


Putting the PIECES! Together: Calculating Value Add  
At no time has it been more important for an organization to prove its value – to calculate its value-add–than in the highly competitive, volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world today.

September 23,2014 by Bob Bennett   0

Measuring ROI & Impact
Putting The PIECES! Together: Expanding Your Sphere of Influence  
Increasing your sphere of influence is not growing the size of your organization. Rather, it involves increasing the positive impact you have on the business, its employees, customers, shareholders and the community.

July 16,2014 by Bob Bennett   0

Strategy/Tactics
Putting The PIECES! Together: Increase Flexibility  
Increasing flexibility includes innovation, creativity, ‘out of the box’ thinking, and other terms used to describe achieving major breakthroughs of product or service. But it goes well beyond just innovation; it is really about finding a way to make the life of your customer easier. And it goes beyond creativity; it is about providing practical, effective, real-life solutions to problems—with no excuses.

June 18,2014 by Bob Bennett   0

Strategy/Tactics
What’s the value of online learning?  
By most accounts, just about everyone teaching anything needs to learn how to “leverage” online learning. Indeed, teachers come across this leveraging phrase in anecdotal urgings time and time and time again. So what happens when adult learners are asked about their preferences in learning format? Despite continued growth in online courses and programs, learners don’t seem as partial to learning online as stats and experts insist they are (or should be) in our Digital Age.

June 18,2014 by Tammy Sanders   0

Online Learning For Colleges & Universities
Six Hands-On Ideas to Improve Onboarding  
As L&D professionals, you need to combine training and teaching with constant evaluation, and learn your new team member’s fortes and weaknesses, all while working to disarm the natural insecurity that comes with being new to a work environment. Yikes. No wonder onboarding theory is trending these days – just the thought of having to go through this process more than once a year is terrifying.

June 17,2014 by Noa Dror   0

Strategy/Tactics
Case Study: Compliance training: Should you opt for Instructor-led or Active E-learning?  
Every company requires some type of compliance training for its employees. In some industries, such as banking, the compliance training can get unwieldy and take weeks or months to complete. In others, such as publishing, compliance training rarely goes beyond sexual harassment and workplace discrimination courses. Regardless of the industry, few employees want to take part in compliance training, which leaves learning and development professionals to determine the best way to deliver such content. Is instructor-led the most effective? What about an engaging e-learning platform?

June 11,2014 by Jacob Eli Thomas   0

Strategy/Tactics
Putting the PIECES! Together: Partnering  
The first and perhaps most important step in putting the pieces together is partnering with customers, employees, vendors and the community. Partners have shared objectives and work toward a common goal. Partners may succeed or fail, but one thing is certain: Regardless of the outcome, they reach it together.

June 10,2014 by Bob Bennett   0

Strategy/Tactics
Tips from the Campaign Trail: How to Make Voluntary Training Engaging  
In 2012, I had the opportunity to work closely with Obama for America staff and volunteer leaders in order to build new training programs and initiatives. The challenge of keeping unpaid volunteers engaged and committed to a learning experience is almost identical to keeping staff engaged and committed to voluntary learning as well.

June 02,2014 by Andre Plaut   0

Strategy/Tactics
Corporate Learning Week West in 15 photos  
More than 75 learning and development leaders gathered in San Jose last week to share insights and best practices at Corporate Learning Week West. Check out the highlights from the event with this photo slideshow.

May 30,2014 by Jeff Cattel   0

CLN Spotlight
Putting the PIECES! Together  
Let’s face it, there are times when we all wonder if we will be able to ‘keep it together,’ at work and in our personal lives, but that presupposes we already have the pieces together. There is so much happening around us that we are in a constant struggle to keep everything in balance.

May 29,2014 by Bob Bennett   0

Strategy/Tactics
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Compliance Training – Is Anyone Happy? Watch Now »
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Branding – It’s more than a logo. Don’t underestimate its power to make or break your program. Watch Now »


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