All too often, learning and development (L&D) organizations focus almost exclusively on creating great learning content. Instead, learning and development organizations should focus on improved performance as their measure of success.
If your company is not seeing growth in employee productivity, consider changing your performance evaluation system. Change your perspective, and evaluate employees based on the parameters mentioned above to inspire change and growth.
The digital workplace is set to improve the way that we keep our workstreams on track. Read on for ideas about how 2019 is shaping up to create a new digital workplace environment.
Training Industry today announced its selections for the 2018 Top Training Companies™ lists for the Assessment and Evaluation sector of the learning and development market.
The summer has come to an end, and as children and young adults everywhere return to school, let’s look at the trends in mergers, acquisitions and funding for training companies over this last quarter.
There is an epidemic occurring in the workplace. Leaders are using certain phrases that are spreading to their employees and being used as a badge of honor: “I’m so busy.” “I worked a 16-hour day.” “I worked super late last night.” The list...
An employee did something, someone observed her doing it and so a box was checked. This oversimplification of on-the-job training (OJT) evaluation is all too often the only performance feedback employees and managers see.