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Return on Intangibles

Jay Cross

This article appears in the October 2013 issue of Chief Learning Officer. Simply this: Because knowledge has become the single most important factor of production, managing intellectual assets has become the single most important task of business.”. That’s why Return on Intangibles is the most important metric in the CLO’s toolkit. When I attended business school in the seventies, nobody had this anomaly figured out. The business is headed down the tubes.

Chief Learning Officer Magazine Announces 2013 LearningElite Finalists

CLO Magazine

The finalists are recognized as innovators in enterprise education, delivering measurable business value by utilizing the best workforce development practices. 19, 2013 — Chief Learning Officer magazine (CLO) has announced the 2013 LearningElite organizations. The finalists are recognized as innovators in enterprise education, delivering measurable business value by utilizing the best workforce development practices.

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The Business Partnership Award

CLO Magazine

The automaker wanted to completely revamp its learning business model from something primarily supported by training on a local or regional basis to something that was consistent across the globe. The post The Business Partnership Award appeared first on Chief Learning Officer - CLO Media.

Learning 2014: Mobile and Social Opportunities

CLO Magazine

More than half of CLOs report higher budgets in 2013 than in 2012, and many expect this year to be better still. Learning leaders believe they have passed through a difficult period and that the improving economy has caused a change in business expectations.

Partnering With the C-Suite

CLO Magazine

The CLO is strategically positioned to focus on business objectives, outcomes and costs. Partnering with line of business leaders is a natural next step. Successful chief learning officers understand that business longevity is defined by an ability to innovate and adapt. The key to harnessing this advantage, however, resides in partnering effectively with members of the C-suite, helping them to view learning and development as a critical business investment.

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David DeFilippo: Building a High-Performance Team

CLO Magazine

BNY Mellon’s new CLO is building a university from scratch to help the global financial services firm succeed through organic growth. As the organization’s new chief learning officer, DeFilippo can help shepherd the organization toward a learning strategy that will enhance performance and turn development into a driver for business growth. “Each of our lines of business run semi-autonomously,” he said.

Chief Learning Officer Unveils Top Companies for Workforce Development

CLO Magazine

Austin, Texas, March 18, 2013 — Chief Learning Officer magazine (CLO) recognized 52 organizations as learning and development leaders Sunday night at the 2013 LearningElite Gala hosted by the magazine at the Hyatt Lost Pines Resort & Spa in Austin, Texas. “Through a variety of different metrics and methods, they have provided rigorous evidence of the impact of training on the business.”

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How Learning Can Regain Relevance

CLO Magazine

In “The New Human Capital Strategy,” author Bradley Hall writes that “despite these great titles, the daily activities and skills of HR business partners never changed.” presidents held office in a period accented by a global computer revolution that accelerated the speed of how we work and conduct business around the world. A new paradigm for human capital leadership could enable the function to truly align itself as a business partner in the C-suite.

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If We Had To Do It All Again

CLO Magazine

There are people from academia, people from business, people who come from the training organization or from a vendor organization. There’s no specific right way to become a CLO. That’s what makes the CLO role so vibrant. I pursued an undergraduate degree in business administration and then I received an MBA. Prior to my learning role, my career focused on the business operations side. THREE PLACES TO LEARN TO BE A CLO By Brandon Hall.

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Karen Kocher: KISS and Tell at Cigna

CLO Magazine

Sometimes the best thing you can have in business is a big, fat KISS, as in, keep it simple, stupid. Her method of keeping things simple has helped others not only appreciate learning, but also ensured that it has an effect on business. Learning theories have a valuable place within the learning function, not as part of what is discussed and worked on with business and functional groups.”

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New York Life: Ensuring Permanence and Legacy

CLO Magazine

Second, make sure learning results are measurable and on target with the overall business plan and providing real impact. Molinaro also receives feedback through constant conversations with human resources business partners and talent leaders, who provide guidance for current and future learning. During his first four years as CLO, Molinaro said the focus was on building programs such as the ALP. CLO Michael Molinaro said nine qualities exemplify the company at its best.

MTA: Why the Kirkpatrick Model Works for Us

CLO Magazine

Fortunately, as 2013 approached, hiring slowed, giving Wiedecker and his team time to find a solution. The book provided a blueprint to build a chain of evidence so he could link the training team’s efforts to business results.

What Happens in the Classroom Doesn’t Stay in the Classroom

CLO Magazine

A regular on the LearningElite list since 2013, this year KPMG cracked the Top 5. As mass amounts of data become available for teams in basically any business unit, the L&D function of any organization relies on data to support its business impact.

Building a Better Working World

CLO Magazine

Building a better working world — this is EY’s ultimate purpose, one it works to espouse through its Vision 2020 strategy launched in 2013. New and redesigned programs doubled business metrics, including revenue and client satisfaction.

A Look at Learning’s Future

CLO Magazine

When asked about their overall outlook for 2013, most leaders said they expect to continue their investment in learning management and content management systems. This month IDC compares how CLOs feel about corporate learning in 2013 to their outlook in recent years.

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When It Comes to Technology, All That Glitters Is Not Gold

CLO Magazine

But CLOs need to be thoughtful about the tools they choose to ensure they deliver business results. billion in 2013. Learning leaders have to resist the lure of what’s trendy to ensure their investments drive actual business outcomes that lead to a measurable ROI.