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Posted: 08/22/2017
CLO Exchange brought together industry leaders and select solution providers in a small, professional environment where senior officers and decision makers could exchange ideas and information. Full Content »
Posted: 08/14/2017
IQPC’s Chief Learning Officer Exchange kicked off Aug. 13, beginning three days of learning, sharing and networking with senior executives and learning officers from across the U.S. Full Content »
Posted: 07/13/2017
In the ultra-competitive world of Pharma, Bristol-Meyers Squibb bets on L&D. Full Content »
Posted: 05/22/2017
HREN_Debora
As Vice President of Training & Development at UnitedHealth Group, Deborah Wiest makes it her priority to o build a learning culture, ensure that training was effective and new ways to measure behavior change. Full Content »
Posted: 02/14/2017
Conlon
As Chief Learning Strategist at Intel, the world’s largest and highest valued semiconductor chip maker, Kristi Conlon is charged with driving the tech giant’s transformation using its talent capabilities. Conlon explains that the company’s ability to develop its workforce using an evidence-based approach has had an impact on the company’s bott Full Content »
Posted: 10/03/2016
Infographic from the CLO Exchange in 2016
It is no secret that Learning and Development is playing a larger role in organizational success than ever before. With top talent being in high demand, the need to develop internal candidates has become vital to continued growth, innovation, and leadership. We surveyed senior-level learning and development leaders to gain insights into what their organizations are doing to accelerate their leaders of tomorrow, today. Full Content »
Posted: 09/12/2016
Derek
PayPal’s Chief Learning Officer, Derek Hann talks with IQPC Exchange’s Kristen Schipfer-Barrett about the future of learning and development, organizational structure, and the rise of the gig economy. Full Content »
Posted: 08/01/2016
Kristen Schipfer
Without a doubt, disruption is the buzzword of the hour. Everywhere you look, the notion of disruption is used to describe some change that is occurring, or has occurred, that seems to alter the very fabric of mankind. Full Content »
Posted: 08/01/2016
Pekrul
Cindy Pekrul, VP and Deputy Controller at Turner Broadcasting, discusses the employee engagement techniques used at Turner Broadcasting. Full Content »
Posted: 06/27/2016
Human Interaction Online: An Interview with Ketchum CLO Robert Burnside
Ketchum Chief Learning Officer Robert Burnside discusses human interaction online. Full Content »
Posted: 06/10/2016
Britt 1
Times are changing. For organizations to survive modern disruptions, they must adapt. One of the best ways to adapt and prepare for the uncertain future ahead is to create a growth mindset culture within your organization. Full Content »
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Posted: 05/22/2017
HREN_Debora
As Vice President of Training & Development at UnitedHealth Group, Deborah Wiest makes it her priority to o build a learning culture, ensure that training was effective and new ways to measure behavior change. Full Video »
Posted: 07/09/2009
podcast hr today
"To accomplish the Air Force mission in an environment of accelerating change, we will need to recruit, train and educate Airmen with agile minds and cutting edge skills," states the mission statement for the Air Education and Training Command, the learning organization for the United States Air Force. Many of today’s U.S. Air Force new Full Podcast »
Posted: 08/01/2016
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Without a doubt, disruption is the buzzword of the hour. Everywhere you look, the notion of disruption is used to describe some change that is occurring, or has occurred, that seems to alter the very fabric of mankind. Full Column »
Posted: 05/31/2011
Aligning Training with Corporate Strategy
This whitepaper from Impact International looks at four key challenges that must be addressed by learning organizations to effectively align corporate training with business strategy. Drawing on examples from a number of leading companies, we suggest that the best vehicle for sustainable organization development is to engage training participants i Full Whitepaper »