Do You Know How to Create an Actionable Learning Strategy?

CLO Magazine

Part of the learning leader’s job is to develop organizational learning strategies. For one thing, organizations aren’t reviewing their learning and development strategies very often. However, learning leaders may not fully understand strategies and tactics in depth.

Chicago Learning Impact Workshop & Networking Event

Performitiv

Event: Chicago Learning Impact Workshop. This workshop will discuss how to use an evidence-based measurement process to demonstrate value and show learning impact. Learning Objectives: 1. Review how to act on data to optimize impact and improve program performance.

San Francisco Learning Impact Workshop

Performitiv

Event: San Francisco Learning Impact Workshop. This workshop will discuss how to use an evidence-based measurement process to demonstrate value and show learning impact. Learning Objectives: 1. Review how to act on data to optimize impact and improve program performance.

Learning Measurement Workshop, February 27 in Washington, DC

Performitiv

Performitiv will host a Learning Measurement Workshop on Wednesday, February 27 from 10am to 4pm at WeWork located at 777 6th Street NW, Washington, DC 20001 in Room 11C. This workshop will discuss how to use an evidence-based measurement process to demonstrate value and show learning impact.

Sprinting Toward the Finish Line

CLO Magazine

Learning methods are shifting at lightning speed, and organizations like Nationwide are discovering new and better ways to shift L&D within organizations. Enabling learning is much more a part of everyone’s role here,” said Diane L. One new venture is the innovation learning sprint.

Managers are the key to learning and development

Litmos

For as much time as we spend talking about learning management, companies do not seem to spend a lot of time thinking about learning and managers. Context : Managers know how learning relates to the job at hand. Modern learning is all about personalization and contextualization.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Lance Dublin: Formalizing Informal Learning

Learning Visions

Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff. Tuesday, September 15, 2009 Lance Dublin: Formalizing Informal Learning [My notes from a webinar. Lance Dublin: Formalizing Informal Learning … &#%!? Presented by Training Magazine Network Diagram of the learning process: Input: you can get input in lots of ways Organize Apply Evaluate (in a wheel – each of these is a subprocess) Looking first at learning.

Make L&D Go Cha-Ching

CLO Magazine

Learning and development organizations can adopt business metrics such as profitability, top-line revenue growth and bottom-line improvements instead of simply measuring correlations. Discussions have evolved beyond, “Was our training program well-attended, informative and referral worthy?” ” but questions remain about how well-aligned learning activities are with overall business objectives — and how effective they really are.

Cultivate a Culture of Customer Service

CLO Magazine

Thomas Quinn, program manager for FMC Technologies’ College of Leadership at FMC University, and Brian Janak, the company’s director of operations — subsea, began looking for a way to improve its customer satisfaction scores in early 2011.

Learning 2014: Mobile and Social Opportunities

CLO Magazine

Many suggest mobile and social learning technology will have the greatest effect on organizations. Learning leaders believe they have passed through a difficult period and that the improving economy has caused a change in business expectations. • Embedded augmentation of learning.

Free L&D webinars for November 2017

Limestone Learning

As learning specialists, we’re always thinking about how to make knowledge digestible and palatable—like those chocolate bars you wish you hadn’t eaten, only good for you! Marketing Training in Your Organization Join this extremely action packed and pragmatic webinar.

How Authentic Is Your Leadership Development?

CLO Magazine

CLOs may already know who they want to pull into leadership development programs, but it pays to include high potentials at lower levels to add cultural and business performance value. Leaders who participate in an authentic organizational development program possess direct or influencing authority, can effect healthy organizational change and possess a balanced mix of leadership traits such as self- and situational awareness, self-management, courage, integrity, drive and compassion.

Highlights From Day Two of the Spring 2011 Chief Learning Officer Magazine Symposium

CLO Magazine

Day two of the Spring 2011 Chief Learning Officer magazine Symposium continued with more innovative learning strategies in Amelia Island, Fla. Through these strategies and the company’s leadership development programs, AlliedBarton’s “Dare to be Great” culture links directly to customer service. The conversation was followed by a lively networking session — a great opportunity to meet individuals with progressive insight on the learning industry.

Partnering With the C-Suite

CLO Magazine

Successful chief learning officers understand that business longevity is defined by an ability to innovate and adapt. They know that unless organizations can learn faster than the competition — and faster than the rate of change — they are destined to take a back seat in the marketplace. If the investment can be better spent in another area with more impact, then learning should gladly offer up the budget.

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