Learning and Development Today

LCMS Technology: Your Secret Weapon for Learning Content

Recently Senior Learning Analyst David Wentworth interviewed Michael Rochelle (Chief Strategy Officer at Brandon Hall Group) and Dawn Poulos (VP of Marketing at Xyleme) about some of the latest developments in learning content development and more. In this four-part series we will share that conversation and provide answers to some of the key questions surrounding Read More

Learning Content Development Requirements

Recently Senior Learning Analyst David Wentworth interviewed Michael Rochelle (Chief Strategy Officer at Brandon Hall Group) and Dawn Poulos (VP of Marketing at Xyleme) about some of the latest developments in learning content development and more. In this four-part series we will share that conversation and provide answers to some of the key questions surrounding Read More

How to Make Learning Interesting

Recently Senior Learning Analyst David Wentworth interviewed Michael Rochelle (Chief Strategy Officer at Brandon Hall Group) and Dawn Poulos (VP of Marketing at Xyleme) about some of the latest developments in learning, content development, and more. In this four-part series we will share that conversation and provide answers to some of the key questions surrounding Read More

HCMx Radio: Top Benefits of the 70: 20: 10 Learning Framework

Starting today, January 26, you can hear the latest episode of HCMx Radio.  Join me for The 4 Biggest Benefits of the 70:20:10 Learning Framework.  On this episode, David Wentworth, Brandon Hall Group’s Senior Learning Analyst, joins me to discuss his research findings from the 70: 20: 10 Learning Framework study.  Years ago, the majority Read More

Learning and Development 2014: Highlights and Future Trends

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Learning management is an essential component of any talent management strategy. It can help organizations transform HR from a tactical function to a strategic business endeavor by improving the shortage of critical skills, engagement and performance. Learning, like many other areas of HCM, has evolved from a traditional model of instructor-led coursework to a more Read More

The Buck Stops Here: A Culture of Accountability Drives Effective Leadership

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For those of you who are history freaks, you know that President Harry S. Truman had a sign on his desk that read: “The Buck Stops Here.” It meant he accepted accountability for all the decisions of his administration. Truman’s stand exists in organizations today but, unfortunately, as the exception rather than the rule. In Read More