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Several major changes shaped learning for 2010 and email@example.com 9/19/11
The proliferation of Facebook and mobile technology applications has spawned a new industry that has added at least 182,000 new jobs and contributed more than $12.19 billion in wages and benefits to the U.S.Frank Kalman 10/7/11
Managers might be too focused on where and when people are working and not on the results. Learning and development professionals can remedy firstname.lastname@example.org 11/17/11
Fifty-five percent of workers report they're under pressure to develop additional skills to be successful in their current and future jobs; only 21 percent say they have acquired new skills through company-provided training, according to Accenture.Ed Francis and Brian Donovan 2/6/12
It’s tempting to get caught up in every new practice or technology that comes along in learning. Here’s how to assess when and why they’re right for your business.Michael E. Echols 2/7/12
The most successful long-term investment approaches make the investment before the need is apparent.Mohana Radhakrishnan 5/10/12
Whether a company has a legacy LMS or is building a learning portal, it’s worth investing in new search tools, such as federated, full-text and semantic search technologies.Josh Bersin 6/11/12
The learning industry has changed dramatically in the last few years, but there are also several important retro trends emerging.Brendan Cournoyer 12/19/12
Distance learning programs are being adopted by a growing number of businesses. Here’s how to make them effective.Tom Masotto 4/3/13
In-person learning should remain a significant part of any development program, but virtual learning is slowly becoming the new normal.Robert Hosking 4/17/13
With so many resources available, it can be hard for companies to select the programs that will serve them best. Here are the pros and cons of the most common options.Sebastian Bailey 5/22/13
Working remotely requires a change in leadership and management styles. Here’s what leaders need to know.Jessica DuBois-Maahs 6/12/13
Integrating a startup mindset in a big corporation may get your employees to start innovating.
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