Most training dollars are largely wasted, and it doesn’t need to be that way. The reality is that Awareness ≠ Change, but most training and development programs operate on the assumption that Awareness = Change, leading to a waste of time and...
Our conversation about change and alignment started in June 2017, shortly after Dina became head of corporate training and development at Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC), one of the world’s largest oil refiners.
After a decade of research, two books, and the successful completion of more than 100 peer group self-assessment workshops for business leaders in North America and Europe, Leo Bottary has announced the launch of Peernovation, LLC.
The shift from relying on L&D to self-directed learning has left many organizations wondering about the role of L&D in a worker-driven world. Does L&D curate learning? Design learning? Or let learners control it all?
Aligning your people strategy with your growth strategy means putting your people at the heart of your business and will help you achieve the success you’re looking for.
Congratulations! You’ve convinced senior leadership to sign off on a central learning strategy. Now, how will you make sure the strategy is aligned with local business needs?
In order to align your goals to support the whole organization, let’s start with the understanding that every organization can be divided into two types of functions: core functions and support functions.
Learners have clear preferences when it comes to how they are trained. As you plan your 2019 training agenda, make sure you consider how learners want to learn.
Creating and maintaining strategic alignment between the learning and development function and the overall mission, vision and goals of the organization is the single most important responsibility of L&D leaders.
E-learning is the obvious solution for distance learning. However, simply producing and posting a playlist of training videos online is not the best strategy.