Agile leadership is not about the tactics, tools or techniques associated with agile methodology. To move in that direction, learning leaders must take steps to embody agile values in their behavior and to embed them into their team’s operations.
The evolution of skills is top of mind for professionals in every industry. Adapting to rapid change has become not only a business imperative but also a demand that motivates learning and development strategies.
Only 7% of Fortune 500 executives believe they can retain their high-potential employees (HiPos). CEOs are worried about whether they will have the right leaders to tackle future challenges, and they’re looking at HR and talent development for answers.
Experts are warning us about a possible recession in the next one or two years. Rather than fall into damage-control mode in the midst of a downturn, it’s critical to strengthen your business today to be in a better position if and when that time comes.
The 2019 Training Industry Conference and Expo (TICE) is in the books. We learned quite a bit from our peers and vendors. Here is a culmination of my takeaways and some steps on how to make what I learned actionable.
Credly, the world’s largest digital credential platform, today announced Cape Project Management’s (CAPe) new digital credential program. CAPe is a premier provider of Agile project management training and consulting.