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Continued Dedication to Workplace Learning

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Laleh Patel

Despite the uncertain economic conditions that recently plagued both the private and public sectors, the 2010 State of the Industry Report demonstrates a continued dedication to workplace learning and development in a variety of organizations worldwide. Although organiz... More »

Six Trends That Will Change Workplace Learning Forever

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Paula Ketter

Change can be scary. If you agree, then 2010 has been a "scary" year. Along with the challenges of the economic recession, social media tools exploded onto the scene, five generations in the workforce created a whole new workforce dynamic, and talent retention and engag... More »

Transforming Informal Learning Into a Competitive Advantage

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For U.S. businesses, maintaining a competitive edge (or even just staying in business at all) is as complex as the rush of economic news stories bombarding us each day. Faced with keeping up with shorter information and product cycles, businesses require more effective,... More »

The Rise of Social Media

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Laleh Patel

It is virtually impossible to ignore the potential of social media for any business operation. The main reason for the excitement is the fact that social media is engulfing the population at phenomenal rates. While it took radio and television 38 years and 13 years, res... More »

Looking Ahead at Social Learning: 10 Predictions

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Jeanne Meister

Come gather 'round people Wherever you roam And admit that the waters Around you have grown - Bob Dylan Ten years ago, we had just come out of one of the most costly IT investments of all time - the Y2K scare. Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder of Facebook, was in high... More »

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