Measuring the impact of organizational learning is important. It shows L&D specialists what they are doing right and where programs fall short and gives stakeholders a sense of how much progress is made and in what particular areas.
Talent activation is the process of getting the talent you just acquired (employees) and turning it into productivity and business growth. The process takes the potential (aka the talent) a person brings into the company and turns it into meaningful and effective contribution.
Virtual global teams are becoming more and more frequent in organizations worldwide. They come with a new way of doing things and with a very different interpersonal dynamic that needs to be optimized in order for them to be truly successful.
With the high cost of recruiting, startups must understand that effectively integrating new hires into the organization is an important step to ensure their success. Onboarding done right will result in a faster learning curve for new hires, improved communication and a more productive and engaged workforce from day one.
Since the purpose of any teaching module is to change something in behavior and the point of biases is to help individuals act in a way that is similar and consistent with their previous experiences, the latter are obviously in the way of the first. Here are 10 learning-stopping biases, along with 3 that support it:
Organizational resilience is the ability to handle changes in a positive way, constantly looking for the opportunities and learning moments. Resilient individuals have the ability to recover from the natural disruption of change and move forward with confidence.
E-learning is a growing industry, with vast potential and significant growth being achieved in many global regions. The following e-learning industry statistics show how well things are going at the moment and the trajectory that will be followed going forwards should not be surprising.
There is that popular saying that „information is power”. In this case, gathering relevant data from the LMS to identify and address the pain points that arise in e-learning programs gives L&D specialists the power to design and deploy better courses with a greater positive impact in the organization.
The key to becoming an efficient and agile leader, one fit for the complex and dynamic workplace of today, is developing the ability to understand oneself and others by employing such a relevant personality chart like the Process Communication Model.
Developing an excellent learning strategy is one of the most important factors for business success. Learning is a continuous process and even with so many possibilities for getting information, good structure is still needed. It’s the job of learning professionals to come up with a strong frame on which they can then build.