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Blending Formal and Informal Learning

Skillsoft

Over 80% of learning that happens in organizations is informal, with just 20% occurring via formal methods. Claire Schooley, Senior Analyst at Forrester Research explains how organizations with the best learning cultures blend both for optimal results. More »

Six Trends That Will Change Workplace Learning Forever

Paula Ketter

Changes to the workplace, the competencies for leadership development, and technologies will alter the way learning professionals approach training design and delivery. Change can be scary. If you agree, then 2010 has been a scary year. Along with the challenges of the ... More »

Optimizing Learning

Clark Quinn

We're in a new age. Organizations can no longer be dependent on training to meet their learning needs. When things changed slowly, we could train people and trust that they could perform or be coached to do their jobs. That day has passed. The steady acceleration of inf... More »

A Recipe for Sharing Knowledge

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George Wolfe

The recent spate of hurricanes that ravaged the Gulf Coast and Florida put a glaring focus on the importance of knowledge management. The ability to capture accurate information, transfer it to the right people at the right time, and use the knowledge appropriately can ... More »

What’s the Story? Why Stories Are Critical to Strategic Planning

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When I worked for GTE in the early 90s, every year the division chief executive would stand before the assembled employees to give his annual talk on how business was going. We would sit and listen dutifully as he reeled off the numbers. Ill never forget when a colleagu... More »

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