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December 2006 Table of Contents
Understanding the Workforce: Designing Targeted Development
When designing targeted training for a four-generation workforce, CLOs might want to borrow a trick or two from the film industry: Hollywood has perfected how to define an audience and deliver engaging content specifically to it.
Corporate Compliance: Learning’s Mission-Critical Role
Historically, only highly regulated industries such as health care and utilities had stringent compliance requirements for learning management. Today, these requirements touch nearly every industry. With corporate compliance growing in scope and impact, CLOs need to find ways to leverage their learning management systems to meet ever-changing — and increasing — regulatory mandates.
Learning Tools: New Tricks for Non-Technical Learners
Stephen L. Cohen, Andrea Deege & Uneeda Brewer-Frazier
Blended learning can be a no-brainer for many companies: It's fast, flexible and often affordable. However, blended learning also can prove to be a difficult method for some non-technical learners. To increase effectiveness, blended learning should be both practical and usable.
Building Bridges: Lessons in Working with Business Units
Michelle Page-Rivera, Ph.D.
When working with business unites, the main function of the learning department is to best serve the needs of learners and the overall organization. To accomplish this, many learning organizations employ one of three strategies: centralized learning, decentralized learning, and hub-and-spoke learning.
Capital Decisions: Educating Executives
Julie Smith & Amanda Young Hickman
Although "business alignment" is one of the most common phrases in the learning profession, too often learning organizations fall short of meeting this goal. To stay in sync with your customer's and organization's needs, you must take a holistic approach that goes beyond the traditional models.
The Next Generation of HR: Whatâ€™s Wrong? Whatâ€™s Right?
May 23rd 1:00pm - 2:00pm CT
2013 CLO Breakfast Club, Boston
September 12th - 12th, 2013The Westin Copley Place
Fall 2013 CLO Symposium
September 30th - October 2nd, 2013Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa
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