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The Silver Lining of 2009

Paula Ketter

While most of us would like to see 2009 and the economic recession leave and never return, there is no denying that this year was a monumental year in workplace learning for technology, informal learning, and employee performance. More »

Help Wanted: “T-Shaped” Skills to Meet 21st Century Needs

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Paul Harris

A handful of students within the business and engineering schools at San Jose State University in California are headed for careers in service-related industries with an expanded set of marketable skills. A specially devised curriculum shared by the two schools includes... More »

Energizing Employee Engagement at PECO

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Susanne DEustachio

While many may think the utility industry is protected from economic turbulence, it, too, is affected by issues surrounding the economy. Customers' ability to pay their utility bills and fluctuating gas prices are among the factors that affect a utility's financial stan... More »

Filling the Leadership Pipeline

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Jeff Kristick

With the unemployment rate in the United States jumping to 8.5 percent in recent months (the highest it's been since 1983, according to the U.S. Department of Labor) the current recession is showing few signs of abating. Many blame a lack of government oversight in key ... More »

Roaring All the Way to the Top

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Ann Parker

In 1968 the standing of women in the labor force was deteriorating to the point that President Lyndon B. Johnson described the underutilization of women's skills as "the most tragic and the most senseless waste of this century, a waste we can no longer afford." Forty ye... More »