September 27, 2010
Lisa Ann Edwards
The 2008 global financial crisis forced many organizations to
rethink the way they manage and develop talent. After organizations
responded to the initial crisis by making significant cost and
headcount reductions, many talent management professionals
scrambled to demon...
August 28, 2010
What can our real value beto the companies
we work for, to our clients, and to the learning profession? I believe that our real value lies in our relevance. We are
relevant when we serve as a means to achieving a particular
purpose. In most companies, that's spelled out...
March 27, 2010
Terrence L. Gargiulo
Many of our cherished and successful learning strategies and
practices are not as relevant today under most circumstances as
they have been in the past. Organizations are creaking under the
strain of structures that get in the way of the rapid learning,
February 27, 2010
In Talent Management, contributor Nigel Paine paints a portrait of an exciting new world of work: "Most industrial economies will have extraordinary numbers of people working in areas that involve breakthroughs, are breathtaking, and are astonishing.
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