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Learning needs to happen continuously to help your employees adapt to changing business requirements. Support your learning strategy with technology programs and platforms that give your employees access to the training they need, when they need it, in a format that’s right for them. Discover how to find the technology that aligns with your development needs, learn how to effectively evaluate system vendors, and find out how to measure learning trends in your organization.

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Agile L&D: How to Meet the Needs of the Business and the Learner

Webcast | Presented By: Michele Isaacs, Monica Swanson | Webcast Aired: July 22, 2015
Can businesses expect high-performance from their employees when the investment in manager training is not more than the cost of a desk, a computer and a chair? There is a misconception that managers will learn on the job everything they need to ... Read more

Moving Past the Lecture: Experiential Learning for Large Groups

Webcast | Presented By: Amanda Young Hickman, Karen Powell | Webcast Aired: May 5, 2015
Think learning in ballrooms is boring? Learn how to get your participants energized in a high-context experience that gets people talking and engaging in real business issues. Learn what caused one Fortune 100 executive to state, "Wow! ... Read more

Money, Time and Talent Wasted: The Downfall of HR Silos

Blog | Author: Andrew Bateman | Source: HCI | Published: April 24, 2015

I heard an HR success story the other day, or at least it started out that way. A friend who is a risk engineering consultant at a global insurance company was recounting a development program he attended, and the benefits of participation. He was able to network with peers from across the organization in an authentic way, and during the course of the program, he met several individuals with specialized knowledge that he plans to leverage to support his work in the company. 

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