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2020 Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning study identifies global leadership gap

CLO Magazine

Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning recently published a study which revealed how the leadership requirements in all industries have shifted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

From higher ed to PepsiCo CLO

CLO Magazine

In 2018, PepsiCo, the global food and beverage giant, was on the verge of major change. It was an opportunity to think differently about the future of talent development.”. The post From higher ed to PepsiCo CLO appeared first on Chief Learning Officer - CLO Media.

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This is Why Operational Efficiency Will Make You a More Successful CLO

Infopro Learning

While other departments can streamline efficiency with software and machines, the L&D department is in the “people” business, which leads to highly manual processes. certain processes, such as the global roll-out of a compliance training program, remain overwhelmingly complex. These people, processes, and technologies all have dollar figures attached to them and, as the CLO knows more than most, the dollars start to add up quickly.

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Is your global learning strategy truly global?

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Betsey Frank, chief learning and development officer for Greenberg Traurig LLP. My first experience leading a global learning program was in Paris for a high-tech firm. I realized that a global learning strategy is highly complicated. At present, my team and I are creating a global learning strategy. The purpose is to align business goals and communicate how the professional development team assists in achieving those goals. Operate globally, act locally.

Are You Developing Global Leaders?

CLO Magazine

To remain competitive in a global economy, organizations must determine the best way to position their business and people for success; that requires strong global leadership. Whether the organization is large or small, all companies are affected by global events and need leaders savvy in both business and cultural affairs. The Problem with Global Leadership. Goujon said there’s no getting around the impact of world events and conditions on business.

The CLO Holiday Wish List

Litmos

Mike’s CLO Holiday Wish List for 2019: Automation and AI everywhere. The faster the pace of business, the more automation we need. A global perspective on learning programs. There’s no arguing that corporate training is now a global undertaking. CLOs need to think more broadly and develop learning that speaks to people across the globe in ways that work for those learners. The post The CLO Holiday Wish List appeared first on Litmos.

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How to Become a Digital CLO

CLO Magazine

They will fundamentally alter the CLO’s job and how their teams work. Develop a New Skill Set. Technology has changed how quickly and efficiently learning leaders craft and deliver employee training to reach diverse learner populations, what skills they need to succeed, and what purpose they serve in the organization, said Tonya Corley, head of the global center of excellence on digitization and learning for McKinsey and Co. At the same time, the global economy was changing.

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Jim Woolsey is the 2019 CLO of the Year

CLO Magazine

In fact, before leaving his office the day before hopping on a plane to attend Chief Learning Officer ’s 2019 Fall Symposium in Chicago, where he would receive this year’s 2019 CLO of the Year award, he sent a note to his team about setting up the next step in evolution they will head at DAU. Even before joining DAU, Woolsey already knew the defense acquisition business inside and out, thanks to positions he held previously. But his path was not entirely unusual for a CLO.

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Damodar Padhi: A Global Leader in Learning

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2017 CLO of the Year Damodar Padhi, center, with Mike Prokopeak, left, and John Taggart of Human Capital Media. His work as a learning leader has been recognized with more than 30 national and international awards including recognition from the Association for Talent Development, the Brandon Hall Group, the U.K. His current position as global head of talent development for Tata Consultancy Services is no exception. Damodar Padhi is the 2017 CLO of the Year.

Jim Woolsey is the 2019 CLO of the Year

CLO Magazine

In fact, before leaving his office the day before hopping on a plane to attend Chief Learning Officer ’s 2019 Fall Symposium in Chicago, where he would receive this year’s 2019 CLO of the Year award, he sent a note to his team about setting up the next step in evolution they will head at DAU. Even before joining DAU, Woolsey already knew the defense acquisition business inside and out, thanks to positions he held previously. But his path was not entirely unusual for a CLO.

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Brenda Sugrue Is the 2018 CLO of the Year

CLO Magazine

Brenda Sugrue, EY’s global chief learning officer. She says working in so many roles has allowed her to identify principles to guide the development and delivery of effective learning regardless of audience, content or context. She said those principles are the anchor from which she makes decisions in her role as global chief learning officer for EY, a $35 billion professional services organization with more than 260,000 people worldwide.

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CLO Q&A: Keeping the Outsider Perspective on L&D

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Lesley Hoare is a global talent executive who until recently was vice president of global talent development at cloud software company VMWare. She’s held executive positions at software company Oracle, consumer products giant Kimberly Clark and started her career in talent development while working at Hewlett Packard. In the excerpt below, Hoare talks about why she made the transition from the customer side of the business to learning.

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How to make remote leadership development work for your business

CLO Magazine

As such, the shift to leadership development through digital platforms is a critical element of successfully making the new remote work environment work while continuing to focus on your leadership initiatives. The good news is, once the following systems and processes are in place, your leaders will have all the support they need to continue developing while working remotely. Develop Standards for Remote Management Evaluation.

CLO Symposium Plus: Are You Ready for the Talent Economy?

CLO Magazine

At the fall 2016 CLO Symposium Plus, presented by Chief Learning Officer magazine and held at the JW Marriott Camelback Inn Resort and Spa in Scottsdale, Arizona, learning as an influential partner in talent management wasn’t just an idea, we saw it on the ground. Symposium Plus, a new version of CLO’s fall event, is a direct response to that. The CLO Symposium Plus ran from Sept. If you missed the live event, check out the CLO Symposium Video Library , releasing Oct.

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Managing Career Paths: The Role of CLO

CLO Magazine

Despite the threat of an economic slowdown, the demand for people with exceptional abilities and transferable skills will exceed the supply for years to come, particularly in today’s dynamic and increasingly global business environment. The groups that succeed will be those who keep in mind not only the business’ demands for talent, but also the career demands of today’s workforce. What’s a CLO to Do? Do they reflect the dynamic business plans of your organization?

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CLO Podcast: Visa’s Karie Willyerd on Learning Strategy

CLO Magazine

She took on the brand new role of global CLO at Visa in 2018. It’s no secret that talent is at the center of the modern business agenda and it’s our hope that you’ll hear tips and ideas from this podcast that will help you succeed in business, whether you’re a long-time CLO with decades of experience, whether you aspire to the role in the future or maybe you’re just passionate about the future of learning in today’s organizations.

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Transforming the CLO Role

CLO Magazine

From the early days of certification training to the blooming of the LMS market in the late 1990s into the social and collaborative enterprise, learning and development has shifted from a back-office function into a pivotal role at the vanguard of technology, innovation and globalization. It had a lot to do with my own self having gravitated to companies that have put a serious effort into developing and skilling their people. It globalizes the process.

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Learning to Be a CLO

CLO Magazine

Penn’s doctoral program is at the forefront of CLO education. The University of Pennsylvania’s CLO doctoral program is the only doctoral program in the world designed exclusively around enterprise learning, with 50 learning leader and CLO graduates since 2006. The three-year, at-work executive program through the Graduate School of Education also draws faculty from the world-renowned Wharton business school.

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Kraft Heinz CLO Pamay Bassey is reimagining corporate learning with laughter and passion

CLO Magazine

Ekpedeme “Pamay” Bassey, CLO of The Kraft Heinz Co., has held many different personas, both in her career as a learning and development professional and beyond. She later earned her master’s in computer science from Northwestern University with the goal of working toward a career in technological development. More recently, she was the global head of learning for investment management corporation BlackRock in New York.

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What’s the CLO’s Role in the Gig Economy?

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is changing business demographics around the world. Seventy-five percent of respondents in Korn Ferry Futurestep’s January 2017 “Talent Forecast,” a global talent acquisition leader survey, report using contingent workers on a regular or as-needed basis, and those numbers are rising. Blame it on today’s dynamic business environment. They can: Reframe the development conversation around contingent labor. Employees come. They go. Sometimes they come back.

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Continuous Learning is strategic to business

Origin Learning

The 4-part book (‘The Modern World,’ ‘Resources,’ ‘The Third World,’ and ‘Organization and Ownership’ captures the brilliance of the economist, who believed in effective use of technology for sustainable development) was published in 1973, where Schumacher set the context for using smaller and appropriate technologies that were aimed at empowering people. However, in a digitized world of doing business, people have to stay updated on a continuous basis.

Leadership development is creating a dilemma

CLO Magazine

These shifts create a need for most organizations to change, which demands more and better leadership development. The result is a record amount of investment in leadership development — more than $200 billion globally.

Practical leadership development principles for a COVID-19 world

CLO Magazine

Business is difficult in the shadow of a pandemic. But you also know that if you stop developing your talent and your leaders, your business could suffer long-term negative effects from being passive with your learning and development goals during these challenging times.

Take a look at the evolution of the CLO

CLO Magazine

It’s been almost a quarter century since the formalization of the position of chief learning officer: In 1994, Jack Welch made Steve Kerr the CLO of General Electric. Of course, senior managers, often within human resources, had been responsible for workplace training for decades prior to the creation of the CLO role. This was more of an emblematic recognition of the importance of learning within a successful business. But what has happened to the CLO during this period?

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Developing Modern Global Leaders in the Age of Digital Disruption

NovoEd

Those who fail to adapt will fail to survive,” asserted Michael Fenlon, Chief People Officer of PwC in his kickoff presentation at Future Workplace’s Annual Fall CLO Summit at Infor’s headquarters in New York City on October 11, 2018. The forces that are impacting the future of work, such as big data, AI, VR and AR, gamification, adaptive learning, and social learning are changing how we think about and plan for every aspect of HR and talent development.

Grow multicultural leaders with coaching, not just business English

CLO Magazine

As workforces continue to grow more diverse, human resources and learning and development teams have embraced language training programs, such as Business English and ESL, for multicultural employees. By strengthening communications skills and building a “same language” framework for the workforce, these initiatives not only foster individual development, they enhance collaboration and productivity and contribute to cultural cohesion.

The Business Impact Award

CLO Magazine

The Business Impact Award is for learning executives who have implemented a significant measurement or evaluation program that has demonstrated exceptional business impact from their workforce development programs. Kristin Cassino, Manager, Learning Services, Liberty Mutual Insurance Global Risk Solutions. Aligning their own distinct business values with practical data collection tactics proved worthwhile when presenting their findings to business partners.

Origin Learning Gets Shortlisted at the 2014 Learning In Practice Awards

Origin Learning

And it gives us immense happiness to share with you all that we have been announced as one of the finalists for the “Providers” category at the 2014 Learning In Practice Awards by the CLO Magazine in Chicago. Considered one of the highest honors in the workforce development field, the Learning In Practice Awards recognize industry leaders who have demonstrated excellence in the design and delivery of employee education programs.

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To overcome business disruption, take a front-line-first approach

CLO Magazine

You cannot run your business without your front-line workforce. This imbalance extends to professional development. Despite a stated desire to learn and improve their performance, these employees receive little ongoing development opportunity.

GE CLO Peters Named Head of HR

CLO Magazine

Raghu Krishnamoorthy, vice president of human resources for GE Aviation, will succeed Peters as head of executive development and chief learning officer for GE. Raghu Krishnamoorthy, vice president of human resources for GE Aviation, will succeed Peters as head of executive development and chief learning officer for GE. She joined the company in 1979 through the Human Resource Management Program and has held senior human resources positions in GE businesses.

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L&D, as global as possible, as local as necessary – finding beauty in the balance

Learning Wire

Over the last few years Jan Rijken, Learning Director at Wiley Crossknowledge and Visiting Professor at IE Business School, has published a series of articles looking at topics that are fundamental to any L&D department. In today’s globalizing business environment it is a risk for the L&D function to hang-on to traditional structures and remain focused on the local business and workplace. Efficiency – cost saving at global level. Global control.

CLO Investments Focus on Relevance and Technology

CLO Magazine

This year the focus remains on items that promote relevance, but with expanded focus on content development and technology enablement. Investments in training and development continue to grow after notable declines in 2009. Budgets, which declined in 2008 and 2009 in reaction to the global financial crisis, have grown each year since. It seems as if the leading edge of the global recovery is continuing to take hold (Figure 1).

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The Language of Business

CLO Magazine

Its global presence means Campari employees often do business with clients in other countries, making language barriers a frequent concern. Many global organizations rely on English as a language of choice when communicating across borders because it is so widely spoken. Moreover, Campari is highly committed to its employees’ careers and development, and we understand how important English proficiency is for professional growth in today’s world.”.

Becoming the Amazon of Training: Managing a Global Training Operation

Training Orchestra

Globalized workforces are the new normal, and so is global training. The data is clear: in 2010, 52% of global GDP was produced in developed economies, but by 2030, today’s developing and emerging countries will produce 65% of the global wealth! But the fast growth of emerging markets is shifting the global economic power structure. How can a company manage, train and develop people worldwide while maintaining a consistent quality and productivity?

CLO Podcast: Stephanie Speights of Children’s Health on Centralizing Learning

CLO Magazine

Since this episode was recorded, Stephanie took on the CLO role at Parkland Hospital and Health System, one of the largest health systems in Dallas. Plus, co-host Justin Lombardo talks about the three things to look for in a new CLO role and why he thinks centralization is the way to go for the modern learning function. She just landed a new gig, it’s still in Dallas, as senior vice president, talent management and development and CLO at Parkland Hospital and Health System.

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Are You Sharing Global Information?

CLO Magazine

To broaden cultural intelligence across a global organization, build a knowledge management system that can gather, house and disseminate it. Organizational silos often inhibit employees from easily accessing global intelligence, and the larger the organization, the more likely it is that critical information is not being shared. This is problematic because CLOs are now responsible for helping to drive globalization in their organizations.

Ep10: Socializing your learning design to support global audiences

Elucidat

We take a dive into how to socialize learning design methodologies to get the support you need from your business, how to deploy learning across multiple languages and cultures, and how to spot exceptional learning designers at an interview. I’m the Director of Global Sales Training, so my team is six instructional designers—well, five instructional designers and one person who focuses on our sales enablement efforts.