Frontline Leaders: Developing Tomorrow's Executives
Frontline Leaders: Developing Tomorrow’s Executives is an ASTD Research report that examines the importance of frontline leadership (FLL) development and what organizations are doing to prepare their emerging leaders. In collaboration with the ASTD Forum, ASTD Research conducted an in-depth analysis of a survey conducted in July 2013 of 515 training and development professionals from various industries. The report offers frontline leadership best practices, challenges, and real-life examples from industry leaders.
Virtual Leadership: Going the Distance to Manage Your Team
Virtual Leadership: Going the Distance to Manage Your Teams provides insight into the realm of how organizations are preparing their leaders to manage virtual staff or staff in other countries. The report, sponsored by ON24, is based on in-depth analysis of the results of a survey conducted in April 2013 of 505 learning leaders from myriad of organizational sizes, industries, country headquarters, and regions of operations.
Learning & Development Trends in India, 2012
Learning & Development Trends in India, 2012 is a collaborative study between American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) and Harvard Business Publishing (HBP) to examine trends in learning and development in India. The two groups utilized research tools based on the annual ASTD State of the Industry Report to study the results of 41 organizations that completed the survey conducted in 2011. This report will aid in taking the pulse of the learning and development practices in India, along with conducting comparisons among the companies in India as well as international companies. ______________________________________________________________________________________
Going Mobile: Creating Practices That Transform Learning
This report is based on analysis of a survey conducted by ASTD and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp). It examines how organizations are implementing mobile learning and developing their mobile strategy in thge current technology-based landscape.
Leadership Development for Millennials: Why it Matters
This report is based of analysis of a study conducted by ASTD and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) It seeks to examine how organizations are preparing the Millennial generation to manage and lead effectively now and into the future.
The State of Sales Training, 2012
The State of Sales Training, 2012 is an analytical study that provides insight into sales training efforts within various organizations. By looking at various components of sales training, such as performance, efforts, and expenditures, this report offers members of the sales training community valuable data that will allow them to tailor their programs to help staff reach their full potential. _____________________________________________________________________________
Informal Learning: The Social Evolution
This report, Informal Learning: The Social Evolution, is based on analysis of a study conducted by ASTD and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) in the summer of 2012. The purpose of this study is to examine the ways in which informal learning is evolving and how organizations are leveraging it to improve performance. _____________________________________________________________________________
The Global Workplace: Learning Beyond Borders
The Global Workplace: Learning Beyond Borders, is based on analysis of a survey conducted by ASTD and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) in the spring of 2012. Of the 637 respondents to the survey, half reported that their organizations are currently offering global learning or planning to do so within three years. In addition to the survey, follow-up interviews were conducted with select respondents.
Salary Whitepaper: ASTD's Learning and Development Salary Whitepaper, 2012
In the 2012 ASTD Salary Whitepaper, ASTD and Salary.com collaborated to examine compensation for the learning and development (L&D) industry from the employer perspective. ASTD examines L&D industry salaries using Salary.com’s database of employer reported salary data covering more than 29 million individuals working at more than 16,000 U.S. companies.