Resistance to sales training often stems from learners’ self-image: “I’m not the kind of person who does this behavior.” This leads to a rubber band effect, whereby they learn new material but don’t implement it, because it conflicts with their...
Most companies do not have a people problem. Instead, obstacles and barriers stand in the way of creative individuals with original ideas. Leaders at all levels must find a way to clear the path so that these talented people can flourish.
In today’s rapidly changing environment, leaders need to know how to deal with disruption, create fresh ideas and stay competitive. This means that it is crucial for leaders to effectively manage innovation.
As L&D leaders look for ways to develop their workforces, the answer to what makes people innovative could be as simple as increasing their curiosity.
Conventional wisdom may have been successful for decades, and both managers and employees are attached to it. But most of us are now experiencing pressure against long-standing business models and ways of working as a result of advances in technology.
Learning and development, like most industries, has a lot of buzzwords. Sometimes, it’s important to clarify what a word means practically and explore its applications. One such buzzword is innovation.
Kaplan Professional, a global leader in corporate learning and development, today announced the launch of the Corporate Innovation Diagnostic, a major assessment tool in measuring and increasing innovative thinking in the corporate workforce.