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IDP 2.0: The Future of the Development Dialogue

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ASTD Staff

With advancing technology and an impending labor crisis on the horizon, there is a greater need than ever to find and nurture the talent within our organizations. We have greatly improved in succession planning, but we have failed miserably in the opposite talent develo... More »

Shifting Away From an Employer’s Market

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Alexandra Bradley

Since the economy went south, the workforce has become an employer's market. With jobs still scarce, businesses do not have to worry as much that employees will look elsewhere if they are not happy. As a result, employers have created an environment in which employees d... More »

Invest in Your Best

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Herb Greenberg

2009 is one year that none of us will ever forget. We all had to shrink to squeeze through the eye of the storm, and we had to learn how to compete in a completely new game. Our competitors, we found, are no longer in our neighborhoods or on the other side of town. They... More »

Managing the Matrix in the New Normal

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Marjorie Derven

The global recession and threat of a jobless recovery have converged with decade-long seismic shifts in the workplace (Table 1) to create profound implications for today's employees. These volatile changes have been dubbed the "new normal," where long-held assumptions h... More »

Talk Me Through It: The Next Level of Performance Management

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Jeffery Russell

For many people, the performance review is one of the most dreaded events of the year. Whether preparing for and giving the review as a manager or steeling oneself to receive it as a performer, the annual review is rarely perceived as a positive event. So why are perfor... More »