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Why Organizations Need Social Learning

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Laurent Pacalin

The world has changed people now live and work in a world where Google gives the answers, where a mobile phone is the lifeline to the Web and to your GPS location, and where Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter link people to each other in their own way. By leveraging these ... More »

Emerging Talent: Will They Be Going, Going, Gone?

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Frederick A. Miller

Who will lead us through the next 30 years? The answer may be no oneand that leadership vacuum may come sooner than we think. This is not the way massive societal change is supposed to work. Typically, people begin to grapple with change, then leaders emerge and flock t... More »

Making Business Decisions: The Heart and the Head

Jay Cross

Jay Cross examines decision making on learning at work, and gives the lie to some myths about the use of business metrics. To earn a seat at the table where the business managers sit, you must speak the language of business behave like an officer of the corporation thin... More »

Uncommon Results: A Practice of Positive Politics

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Nan S. Russell

I once had a boss who informed me there was no such thing as company politics. At the time, I decided that depended on whether you were the person wielding power or the one influenced by it. For most people, self-serving antics, sabotaging behaviors, information hoardin... More »

Demonstrating Leadership Through Simple and Powerful Language

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Jack E. Appleman

Good writing helps demonstrate leadership skills. Company heads can shape the future of their organizations and inspire employees. Senior-level supervisors can explain complex sales or management strategies. Midlevel managers can demonstrate or validate leadership abili... More »