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Contributor: Michael Scheno
Posted: 12/05/2016
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Invited into the NYC offices of Credit Suisse we take a first-hand look at their workplace design, and speak with Michelle Lindgren, VP, Americas Lead Workplace Strategy, Planning & Innovation at Credit Suisse.  Full Content »
Contributor: Jeff Cattel
Posted: 05/30/2014
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. Full Content »
Contributor: Jeff Cattel
Posted: 05/23/2014
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. Employees complained that the infrastructure was hard to navigate, offered few bite-size learning opportunities and few mobile and social capabilities. Steve Buchman, director of learning operations at MillerCoors, kept all of the needs in mind when selecting and planning the roll out of the company's new learning management system. Full Content »
Contributor: Jeff Cattel
Posted: 05/15/2014
VIDEO: How one learning function sees the future of L&D
Perhaps the phrase "NextGen LMS" is a misnomer, at least in the eyes of Chris Rosso, global manager for learning platforms at Nike. "I almost want to rephrase it into: 'What is the next generation of learning technology?'" Rosso said. "What does it mean to us to manage learning in the future, as opposed to constraining ourselves to the concept of a learning management system?" Thinking in this out-of-the-box manner has been part of a paradigmatic shift in learning and development at Nike. Full Content »
Contributor: Jeff Cattel
Posted: 05/13/2014
VIDEO: The ever-evolving LMS
After years of clunky, administrator-focused learning management systems, new developments in the LMS market have started to focus on the employee's experience. "The end user always wins," said Katrina Baker, a LMS specialist with experience implementing and maintaining LMSs at a Fortune 500 retailer and Am Law 100 law firm. "If the end user doesn't want to use the system, the system ceases to exist." Full Content »
Contributor: Jeff Cattel
Posted: 05/09/2014
VIDEO: FedEx mixes established L&D programs with new technologies
In his more than a decade as CLO and VP of HR at FedEx, Bob Bennett oversaw the roll out of new learning and development programs, designed to connect directly with employees' day-to-day tasks, while also championing existing platforms, including FedEx's annual employee survey. Full Content »
Contributor: Jeff Cattel
Posted: 04/07/2014
New Directions in Online Learning in 14 photos
More than 100 leaders of online and distance education programs at colleges and universities around the globe gathered in Boston last week to share insights and best practices at the second annual New Directions in Online Learning. Check out our slideshow of highlights from the event. Full Content »
Contributor: Jeff Cattel
Posted: 03/28/2014
Are you an expert, achiever or catalyst?
Global communications firm Ketchum uses Bill Joiner's theory of leadership agility to provide a road map for how employees can advance into positions that include more responsibility and oversight. According to the theory, employees can advance from expert to achiever to catalyst. Check out this video with Robert Burnside, chief learning officer at Ketchum, as he describes the key criteria of each step and a impetus for employees to want to advance along the leadership trajectory. Full Content »
Contributor: Jeff Cattel
Posted: 03/18/2014
Sequencing Stories: Michael Margolis sees storytelling as the DNA source code for culture
Get Storied bills itself as an organization at the intersection of innovation design, storytelling architecture and anthropology. Michael Margolis, the company's CEO and founder, says "storytelling is the DNA source code for culture." Full Content »
Contributor: Jeff Cattel
Posted: 03/18/2014
Storytelling: Humanizing Employees' Experiences
In today's business environment, there's increasing pressure to add metrics to learning and training programs. For a business segment that excels at developing soft skills, the addition of metrics can create creative tension. Full Content »
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