Out with the Old, In with the New: A New Model for Aligning Talent and Training with Business OutcomesWebcast:
In the past, training organizations developed learning assets that have not always aligned with the goals and strategies of their business. Currently, “top notch” performance improvement departments are striving to align their closet of instructional assets with the true needs of their business partners. In the future, talent management organizations will sit at that same table. They will acquire and build just the “right” talent with the attributes, competencies, and skills to support the goals and strategies of their company.
October 17, 2012 by Gail Nakatsu | comments (1) | |
The revolutionary use of analytics has changed the way business is done. While organizations have recognized the promise of integrated and strategic human capital analytics, the true challenge lies in the implementation of it. Executives are already hungry for insight into the workforce but, with the massive amount of data available, how can HR ensure they are giving executives the information that will help them make key decisions? How should HR prioritize the diverse data needs of business leaders?
October 22, 2012 by Dian VerColen | comments (1) | |
So many productivity strategies today are built assuming that one size fits all and that everyone thinks and manages their time and work the same way.
May 15, 2013 by Christie Bozza | comments (1) | |
In light of exiting leaders, succession planning has taken a much bigger strategic role in businesses today. Simultaneously, there has been a push toward growing talent pools that are mobile – individuals who are able to apply knowledge to unique and alternative situations. New methods of development can help foster a mobilized workforce – rotational programs, stretch assignments, and internal cross functional peer meetings, among others.
February 28, 2013 by Aubrey K. Wiete | comments (2) | |
On-the-job experience is one of the richest sources of learning and growth for leaders at all levels.
October 29, 2012 by Aubrey K. Wiete | comments (4) | |
This exciting interactive webinar is designed for managers, HR Professionals or those who have the responsibility for building high-performance work teams. It will explore some of the traditional and non-traditional topics around team evaluation, development, and performance enhancement. We will identify and define the twelve attributes of a high-performance team; ascribe the role of the leader in a strong and weak team culture; and evaluate the importance of homogeneity and heterogeneity to overall team effectiveness.
October 11, 2012 by Jan Sage | comments (1) | |
Creating a Thought-Based Organization: A 3-Phase Approach to Developing Problem Solvers & Efficient ThinkersWebcast:
If you’re not developing your employees’ ability to apply critical thinking skills, then you’re missing a huge opportunity. Improved critical thinking skills lead to more effective problem-solving, well-reasoned decisions, improved strategic thinking, and better planning and implementation in your organization. Some argue critical thinking is a skill some are born with, and others lack.
May 6, 2013 by Laurie Wakefield | comments (1) | |
The research is bleak - between 65 - 80% of mergers fail to add value to the acquiring company.
April 29, 2013 by Aubrey K. Wiete | comments (2) | |