Building the Learning Organization: A Must-Read For Every Business Leader

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  In the age of rapid globalization, mind-blowing technology advancements, and growing consumer power, one thing is becoming increasingly clear: for a business to survive and succeed, it must become a learning organization first and foremost. Regardless of industry, size, age, or business model, every organization must forge ahead in learning better and faster in… Read more »

3 Ways Your Learning Team Can Make a Real Impact in Your Business

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The Learning 2015 conference held earlier this month attracted learning leaders from the world’s most innovative companies. So it’s no surprise it was abuzz with conversations about curation, personalization, social learning, the digitally connected employee, and the Tin Can API. Of the multitudes of enlightening sessions, Nuance’s Director of Technical & Professional Learning, Cristin Crain,… Read more »

3 Questions with R Ray Wang, Author of “Disrupting Digital Business”

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In his recently released book, “Disrupting Digital Business: Create an Authentic Experience in the Peer-to-Peer Economy” (Harvard Business Review Press, May 2015), author R Ray Wang makes it clear that we are no longer in an economy of products and services. The digital transformation demands that we focus our attention on experiences and outcomes. Organizations… Read more »

Take Control of Your Learning: How to Create and Implement a Professional Learning Plan

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I’m a modern learner. And whether you know it or not, you’re probably one, too. A modern learner is anyone working in an industry or organization that requires any or all of the following: Continuous advancement of existing skills Rapid learning of a diverse array of new skills Frequent application of, and experimentation with, those new… Read more »

Three ways to cultivate curiosity in your workplace

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When it comes to the survival skills that your organization needs to navigate today’s volatile and competitive landscape, curiosity may not be the first one that comes to mind… or the last one, for that matter. Whether you see it as a skill or characteristic, curiosity is a powerful mindset that can be developed and… Read more »

Three Questions for the authors of “The Architecture of Privacy”

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As we approach National Cyber Security Awareness Month, we kick off our Author Q&A series with Courtney Bowman, John K Grant and Ari Gesher, who along with Daniel Slate, authored The Architecture of Privacy, published this month by O’Reilly Media. In this practical guide, the authors describe how software teams can make privacy-protective features a core… Read more »