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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 »

A High-Touch, Low-Tech Approach to Training

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To appreciate how central training and development are to the business at Barilla America, one need look no further than the five organizational goals set by the company and constantly monitored under its three-year plan. Alongside net sales and other financial prioriti... More »

Linking Training to Care

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When Randi Nichols joined Fallon Clinic as chief human resources officer in 2004, she identified several opportunities to enhance functions within HR. One of these functions was in the area of training. Training as it existed at the clinic was expensive, ineffective, an... More »

Innovation Drives Managing the Misunderstood Generation

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Generation Y, some 70 million strong, have already begun to assert their influence on America's workforce, yet they remain the least understood by their managers. Bruce Tulgan's Not Everyone Gets a Trophy offers valuable insights for understanding what motivates and def... More »

Keep Learning Relevant

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Paula Ketter

With a 10 percent reduction in his company's workforce in late 2008, Stanley Works Chairman and CEO John Lundgren turned his concentration to keeping his employees "motivated, energized, engaged, and focused on company goals." The tool maker posted a better-than-expecte... More »