Learning Content: Embracing the Chaos

Learning Content: Embracing the Chaos

Key Takeaways Forward-thinking L&D functions make the chaos of learning content work for their orgs. Being overwhelmed by the surging quantities, types, and sources of learning content is yesterday’s news—but still today’s problem. Learning leaders are embracing...
People Analytics: The C-Suite Superpower?

People Analytics: The C-Suite Superpower?

Why we care The Boards' and CEOs' agendas have never been so crowded with talent-related topics: workforce strategies and wellbeing; diversity, equity, and inclusion; culture; and, corporate purpose.1 Forty-two percent of corporate board directors think talent...
Responsive Managers: How They’ve Pierced the Fog

Responsive Managers: How They’ve Pierced the Fog

Just before Christmas 2019, we finished our Responsive Organization survey to understand how companies and managers could better anticipate and manage the volatility of the future.1 We asked questions of both HR leaders and employees to understand organizational and...
Connecting: The New (Old) Way to Learn

Connecting: The New (Old) Way to Learn

As the year comes to a close, we’ve taken a bit of reflection time to think about some of the trends we’ve seen this year. While there's been a lot of hype about some of the big ones (AI anyone?), we think some of the most impactful ones are simple realizations or...
Responsive Orgs: What the Literature Says

Responsive Orgs: What the Literature Says

It feels like every time we turn around another post, article, video, or report is discussing the changing nature of, well … everything. We’re constantly inundated with information showing the dynamic and ever-evolving world in which we live and work. Rethinking How...