CLO Roadmaps: Collaborative Learning

CLO Magazine

Leaders can then complete competency assessments to establish baselines and identify training to further develop these competencies,” said Mike Gaines, director of strategic alliances at Halogen. Invite business leaders to learning teamwork sessions.

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Top Chief Learning Officer Conferences of 2019


If you have recently become a Chief Learning Officer or are looking to expand your skills, attending a chief learning officer conference is a great way to master the latest industry trends. Chief Learning Officer Breakfast Club. Training Industry Conference & Expo.

MOOCs in Workplace Learning – Part 4: Role in Corporate Universities


The world has gotten complicated. Organizations are struggling to keep up with the shifts: in technology that are vastly impacting how people work, in the demography of their workforce which has become culturally diverse, multi-generational, and globally dispersed, in the nature of work that has moved from complicated to complex and emergent, and with the general fragmentation and breakdown of all aspects of the known ways of doing things.

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Damodar Padhi: A Global Leader in Learning

CLO Magazine

2017 CLO of the Year Damodar Padhi, center, with Mike Prokopeak, left, and John Taggart of Human Capital Media. Learning Awards and Chief Learning Officer ’s own benchmarking program, the LearningElite. He’s been drinking from the fire hose ever since.

Is Your Learning Organization Agility Fit?

CLO Magazine

Developments in such diverse fields as artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, 3-D printing, biotechnology, robotics, machine learning and genetics are all building on each other and creating a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous environment, VUCA for short. In 2006, The U.S.

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Podcast 13: High-Stakes Compliance Training Trends – With Bill Mastin of NetDimensions

Talented Learning

WELCOME TO EPISODE 13 OF THE TALENTED LEARNING SHOW! To learn more about this podcast series or to see the full collection of episodes visit The Talented Learning Show main page. Are technology vendors responding with better compliance training solutions?

It’s Time to Rethink the Value of Training and Development

CLO Magazine

The business and technology training and development market is booming. In fact, estimates indicate that training expenditures reached more than $93 billion in 2017, which marks roughly a $23 billion increase from the previous year.

Bend & Flex: Building Learning Agility

CLO Magazine

A former manager once told me I had the ability to quickly assimilate information, that he could tell me how to do something and I would then apply that knowledge to a variety of different situations. I now see this feedback as the ultimate compliment, for my manager felt I had learning agility. Learning agility is openness to new information and the ability to gain and apply insights derived from this information. Look for the common thread.

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6 Learning and Development Events You Won’t Want to Miss


The world of workplace learning is changing at a breakneck pace. Training and development professionals are juggling an increasingly varied array of technologies under tight deadlines and finite resources. Learn from others facing–and finding solutions to–the same challenges. Here are six events we think everyone in the realm of workplace knowledge would benefit from experiencing (including ourselves). Impact the bottom line.

Top of Mind: Experimenting with Social Physics

CLO Magazine

Allison Horn is the managing director of learning and leadership development at Accenture. Some experiments are more successful than others, but we learn something new from each. In the U.S. Potential for Learning.

At the edge

Clark Quinn

Another response to my request for topics asked about moving from the classroom to the ‘fringe’ Here, I have a very simple response: the case studies in Revolutionize Learning & Development. Each also represents a diversity of settings and needs.

Allison Anderson Learning Together at Intel at Corporate U Week

Learning Visions

allisonanderson Learning Together: How Intel’s Learning Community of Practice Role Models “New” Learning with Allison Anderson 50+learning orgs at Intel – well over 650 people taking care of learning…Most people don’t have learning or training in their titles…hard to say exactly how many. Highly diverse population – lots of people with lots of different needs. No CLO – completely decentralized. These are virtual/online.

Cultural Immersion Resources

CLO Magazine

For organizations that don’t have the time or resources to build their own in-house cultural immersion initiatives, there are many for-profit and nonprofit organizations that offer programs and experiences geared at achieving the same outcomes in which employees and teams can enroll.

Diamonds in the Rough

CLO Magazine

The need for leaders at all levels in organizations continues to grow as the business ecosystem becomes more complex and competitive due in part to globalization, emerging technologies and an acceleration in the speed of disruption. Searching for the Right Experience.

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Q&A with Jeremy Bailenson: Blurring the Line Between Reality and Illusion

CLO Magazine

Jeremy Bailenson, director of the Doctoral Program in Communication and professor of communication at Stanford University. Researchers in the Virtual Human Interaction Lab at Stanford University focus on social dynamics and interactions in a virtual space and how virtual reality can transform education, training, empathy and more. Bailenson shared his thoughts on VR’s future potential and its effects on the world of learning and development.

MOOCs in Workplace Learning - Part 4: Their Role in Corporate Universities

ID Reflections

The world has gotten complicated. The formal education system still functions as it always did churning out graduates ill-equipped to meet the demands of the current day organizations. The skills shortage looming ahead is alarming to say the least.

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Building A Talent Pool

CLO Magazine

College has gotten so prohibitively expensive that young people are losing access to the education they need to build the skills to launch a career. At the same time companies are struggling to find talent in an almost zero-unemployment economy. State-of-the-Art Training Center.

Are You Giving Employees Tools They Actually Want to Use?

CLO Magazine

The lack of skilled talent is one of the most critical issues facing business today. Technology, business models, and global market dynamics are changing so rapidly it’s difficult to find, recruit, and keep staff with the right skills. Create a learning culture.

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Unifying Communication Between Departments

CLO Magazine

When’s the last time every employee in your company was in the same room at the same time? Even in the past few years, managers could answer this question by quickly flipping through their datebooks. The Generation Gap. The U.S. Diversity Is Key.

How to Cultivate Accidental Genius

CLO Magazine

Companies looking for the secrets to innovation may want to time-travel to London of 1928. He discovered that a bit of mold had fallen into the dish when it was briefly left uncovered. The world’s first antibiotic was born. Doing so would have taken him off track.

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5 Ways to Learn Faster

CLO Magazine

Yves Morieux, senior partner at strategy consultancy Boston Consulting Group, has developed an index to show how business complexity has increased sixfold during the past 60 years alone. To learn fast, you must be interested in people and ideas, not just yourself. “Be

Training Must Swim to the Current to Survive

Living in Learning

Can a training organization be like a river? Believe it or not, there are some amazing similarities, and some shared characteristics require positioning, or re-positioning the organization’s value proposition to remain in the flow. This short post looks at critical need for training organizations to be in the mainstream current or prepare for treatment reserved for flotsam stuck and swirling in the eddies. That is where our training efforts need to focus.

What Lurks Beneath the Surface

CLO Magazine

Civil and criminal investigations and cases have long been a business reality in the United States. Today, a new layer of moral scrutiny has been added as we evaluate fundamentals of respect in the workplace, and diversity and inclusion. Your business must comply with the law.

Research Briefs

CLO Magazine

The DVI was designed by a group of senior practitioners to raise the bar and significantly elevate the D&I discipline by establishing an evidence-based connection between an inclusive workforce and actual business performance, and establish benchmarks for the key areas of the diversity function.

The New Face of Apprenticeships

CLO Magazine

Most would associate apprenticeships, a teaching model that combines on-the-job training with classroom instruction, a development strategy for the construction industry. The Ultimate Learning Job. The return is good for employers, too.

The Talent Management Award

CLO Magazine

The Talent Management Award is for learning executives who have developed a program that effectively integrates learning into broader talent management initiatives such as employee engagement, onboarding, succession planning, recruiting or performance management.

Leaders, Failure Is Upon You

CLO Magazine

The outlook may not be quite so doom and gloom, but research shows us that only a small percentage of people have the inherent skillset needed to be a leader. But, is it really the leaders who are failing — or, are organizations failing leaders?

Talent Mobility: The Unsung Development Hero

CLO Magazine

When it comes to developing and retaining talent, staying ahead of the competition requires raising the bar to an increasingly higher level. Further, the survey results support much of what learning leaders know anecdotally to be true: The best companies build cultures of mobility.

Do You Know How to Lead from Behind?

CLO Magazine

In a world filled with leaders, Nelson Mandela stands out as one of the most effective and admirable in history. There are certainly many lessons we can learn from his example, and one of those is how to lead from behind. You take the front line when there is danger.” Diversity?

The Business of Development

CLO Magazine

How does someone who went to college to become a high school math teacher end up leading learning at Nordstrom? The answer is simple: She loves finding solutions. We strive to provide our employees with the resources they need to succeed in their roles.”. Pivoting to Learning.

Leadership Development Pushes Past Comfort

CLO Magazine

Even though business is good and the organization is humming along, challenging leaders to break out of their comfort zones and develop the skills needed to sustain and grow the business can provide for a stronger future. Let’s shake the senior executives up, Granara told her.

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. He’d spent much of his life in classrooms, and as he considered a career path, he reflected on the influence educators and coaches had on his life. and subsequently became a high school Spanish teacher and track coach. “Every business had its own smallish learning and development staff and solutions.

Are You Sharing Global Information?

CLO Magazine

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. For instance, someone working in the office of regulatory affairs in Japan may be a local subject matter expert, but a colleague in another office who needs such information doesn’t know that expertise exists. Where Is the Info? When Brazilians started to use the U.S.

LearnTrends: Backchannel

Jay Cross

Clark Quinn and I led a discussion on Reinventing Organizational Learning at LearnTrends this morning. The recording will be up before the day is over, but I thought you might enjoy the discussion that went with it. The back channel becomes part of the overall message.

Rethinking conferences

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

When I signed up for Spaces for Interaction: An Online Conversation about Improving the Traditional Conference , I didn’t appreciate how timely the topic would become. I’ve learned a whale of a lot from these events over the last twenty years.