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Workers Value Experience Over Education, Poll Shows

editor@clomedia.com 11/9/10

Workers value more experience over additional education in order to advance their career.

Why Do We Teach?

Fred Harburg 1/20/11

Training professionals are rarely seen as the most essential, powerful or highly regarded employees. So why do good people do this job?

Closing the Skills Gap

Mike Prokopeak 5/25/11

To boost educational achievement, CLOs can do more than tutor in local schools and set up internship programs for college students. They can play a direct role in shaping tomorrow’s workforce today.

Fulfilling Potential

Michael E. Echols 6/7/11

As executive leaders we have a long way to go to fully contribute to our education challenges. We need learning innovations inside our firms — not magic solutions outside of them.

Developing the Future Workforce

Natalie Morera 6/10/11

Companies around the world are taking initiatives to develop both the under-skilled and underprivileged to be workforce ready.

Assessing the Value of an Education

Ladan Nikravan 6/29/11

While the nation’s graduation rate has increased to the highest level of high school completion in more than two decades, whether or not learning has improved is questionable.

Report: U.S. Has Been Under-Producing College-Educated Workers for 30 Years

editor@clomedia.com 6/27/11

The study finds that if we are to make up for lost ground in postsecondary attainment and respond to future economic requirements, we will need to add an additional 20 million postsecondary-educated workers to the economy by 2025.

Florida Tech Announces 7 New Mini MBA Programs

editor@clomedia.com 7/11/11

Students will engage in graduate-level courses within a condensed format that allows them to finish in as little as eight months, earning a mini MBA for-credit graduate certificate.

Set the Stage for Continuous Improvement

Ron Kaufman 8/30/11

With the right roadmap to align leadership and education to reinforce a shared vision, mission and values, companies can build a culture to uplift spirits and performance.

Cambium Learning Group Inc. to Acquire Class.com

editor@clomedia.com 9/22/11

Educational company focused on serving the needs of at-risk and special student populations announced that it signed an agreement to purchase the assets of Class.com for roughly $4.5 million in cash. Deal expected to close in October.

We Are Not That Different

Elliott Masie 10/24/11

Educators need to connect with and learn from each other.

The Real Education Gap

Sandi Edwards 1/10/12

Organizations need to address communication skills, critical thinking, collaboration and creativity or risk their survival in today’s business environment.

Report: Harvard, Stanford Top Best Business Schools List

editor@clomedia.com 3/13/12

U.S. News & World Report released its 2013 “Best Business Schools” rankings. After being solo in the top spot last year, Stanford University Graduate School of Business is joined by the Harvard Business School.

Execs to Study Cyber Security in New NYU-Poly Master's Degree Track

editor@clomedia.com 5/23/12

Tailored for professionals with strong technical backgrounds interested in managing computer security, the management track curriculum comprises three courses worth nine credit hours.

Bridging the Skills Gap: Solutions that Work

Martin Scaglione 6/27/12

Individuals need jobs. Employers need skilled workers. Educational institutions are committed to preparing workers for careers. But far too often, a lack of common language and widely understood metrics spell failure.

Leverage the Fruits — and Ease — of Informal Learning

Michel Koopman 7/25/12

With the cost of formal education rising, informal learning can outperform traditional learning and reignite organizational development.

Strayer University Appoints New Provost and Chief Academic Officer

editor@clomedia.com 8/30/12

Randi Reich Cosentino will lead curriculum development, instructional design and academic administration.

University of Phoenix Implements Tuition Freeze

editor@clomedia.com 10/11/12

Per-credit hour tuition will be held at today's rates. No students will incur any increase in tuition as long as they meet eligibility requirements and have remained consistently enrolled in the university.

Formal Versus Self-Education: Which Is Better?

Melissa Luke 2/13/13

Forward-thinking companies are beginning to look past the undergraduate degree to those who are self-educated. Is this the right approach?

U.S. on Track to Meet High School Grad Rate Goal

editor@clomedia.com 2/25/13

A new report found that high school graduation rates are on the upswing and on pace to hit a long-sought goal by 2020.

Preschool Investments Pay Off

Katie Kuehner-Hebert 3/6/13

The cost savings generated by early care and childhood education programs outpace most public and private investments.

Why CLOs Should Invest in Early Education

Katie Kuehner-Hebert 3/6/13

Employees need skills before they walk through a company’s door. Corporate philanthropy programs can ensure development efforts start as early as possible.

Forum Focuses on Public-Private Partnerships

editor@clomedia.com 3/18/13

The Global Education and Skills Forum will be held annually in the UAE to promote better education.

Women Still Underrepresented in Technical Education Programs

editor@clomedia.com 3/20/13

Women’s groups call for improved access to education and job training for women in STEM fields.

Deloitte Becomes Founding Member of IU Business Analytics Program

editor@clomedia.com 4/3/13

The business advisory will receive a seat on IU's Kelley School of Business Institute for Business Analytics program advisory council and collaborate on research, analytics classes and other educational activities.

Three Ways to Improve E-Learning

Holly Howell 5/15/13

If you find e-learning to be among the most efficient methods of learning delivery, you’re not alone. But these technology trends can take it a step further.

How to Get Line Leaders Involved With Learning

Dave Basarab 6/19/13

By engaging line managers and empowering them to become responsible for learning, companies can substantially increase transfer and impact.

How to Keep the Next Generation of Leaders

Elaine Varelas 7/3/13

Approaching leadership development with a long-term view in mind is one of the strongest retention programs learning leaders can implement.

Apprenticeships: An Underutilized Development Tool

Jessica DuBois-Maahs 7/24/13

Many businesses rely on cheaper internships to develop entry-level employees, but investing in apprenticeships may yield greater rewards.

10 Things Successful Leaders Do Instinctively

Glenn Llopis 9/11/13

To know how to best develop future leaders, learning executives must first work on their own leadership skills. Here are 10 traits every leader must have.

How to Eliminate Leadership Development Roadblocks

Tasha Eurich 9/25/13

Many leadership development programs fail because they fall into two common traps. Here’s how CLOs can avoid them.

Can Better Development Save a Disgruntled Workforce?

Joe Ungemah 10/23/13

The professional landscape is at a point where most companies need to demonstrate long-term commitment to their employees. Leadership development is the answer.

State Grants Are Funding Training and Hiring

Mary Camille Izlar 10/30/13

Across the U.S., state departments of labor have reached out to help the unemployed by providing training and hiring grants to companies.

Unleash the Power of the People

Per Stahle and Ray Vigil 11/20/13

Organizations need to enlist senior leaders to align employees to strategy quickly.

Educational Qualifications in Tomorrow’s Job Market

Tanya A. Mulvey and Jennifer Schramm 11/25/13

HR professionals are expecting an increase in skills and education requirements across job categories. This will put CLOs at the center of competitive strategies and business innovation.

Engage Business Matter Experts in Learning Design

Bob Mosher 1/15/14

Subject matter experts are no longer enough to affect performance.

Employee Education 
May Cost Too Much

E. Faith Ivery 1/22/14

To ensure organizations and employees benefit from tuition assistance programs, learning leaders need to examine how they are being used, and how much employees know about their options.

Learning You Can Take to the Bank

J. LeRoy Ward 1/29/14

Although learning is proven to contribute to business success, slashed budgets have put many organizations’ learning efforts on the chopping block, opening the door for blending learning.

Leadership Remix

Eric Short 2/12/14

Douglas Riddle, global director of coaching services and assessment portfolio at the Center for Creative Leadership, discusses leadership philosophies and if there is such a thing as ‘unique’ leadership.

Creating a Text-Like Leadership Language

David Witt 3/5/14

In today’s fast-paced business environment leaders need a faster, more efficient way to provide direction and support to their people.

High-Tech in Higher Ed

Lee Maxey 3/21/14

The overlap between corporate learning and higher education could get messy.

AlliedBarton’s Bill Whitmore: A Higher Calling for Security

Rita Pyrillis 3/24/14

Bill Whitmore, AlliedBarton’s president and CEO, sees it as his duty to prepare the company’s security officers, most of whom have only a high school education, for lifelong careers.

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