Training magazine’s Training Top 125 Award winners are the organizations with the most successful learning and development programs in the world—and the Top 125 has been the premier learning industry awards program for more than 12 years. Download the 2016 application today!
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Trainers want to create new programs in the most efficient, costeffective way, but at the same time, they don’t want to sacrifice quality and learner and stakeholder satisfaction.
Lean, Six Sigma, and ADDIE can be a match made in training heaven—the first two maximize value by eliminating waste and minimizing variability, while the other provides a blueprint for the development of training.
When asked what type of training is most effective for soft skills training in areas such as communication, management, and leadership, more than 80 percent of respondents to an American Management Association survey at the Training 2015 Conference & Expo stated that classroom training, including corporate and open-enrollment instructor-led training, was more effective than virtual training.
Seems like Mother Nature is on a rampage lately. From flooding rains and stultifying heat to destructive tornadoes and hurricanes and gale-force winds, just about every country in the world has been subject to her wrath. The question is: How prepared are we to deal with these and other disasters both personally and professionally? And how quickly can we bounce back?
Training magazine taps 2015 Training Top 125 winners and Top 10 Hall of Famers to provide their learning and development best practices in each issue. Here, we look at Microchip Technology Inc.’s strategy for cultural integration following acquisitions.
Each year, Training magazine requires all Training Top 10 Hall of Famers to submit an Outstanding Training Initiative that is shared with our readers in a print issue. Here are the details of KPMG LLP’s Tax Training Redesign and The Ritz-Carlton Leadership Center’s Advisory Services for Hospitals submissions.
Many current learning management systems don't play well with others. Next-generation learning platforms are designed with consolidation and integration in mind to allow you to keep what you want, and let go of what you don't.
Everyday life provides many opportunities to build our personal brands through simple acts. But each act creates an impression in the mind of another, and our value to them is either strengthened or diminished.
The certification drives customer and employee satisfaction and boils down to what the organization does every day as hotel managers and operators. With everything in its place, it is easier for the team to find supplies and makes it easier for them to do their jobs—ultimately taking better care of guests.
It used to be that our organizations would establish borderlines for us in organization charts and strictly demarcated job descriptions. But in organizations seeking to be competitive in a much more complex and dynamic business environment, we each are called upon to construct, deconstruct, and reconstruct boundaries that serve the organization’s purpose at a particular time.
Training can provide a chance to engage employees more closely in the organization while giving them greater feedback on what they do. Technology plays a key role as employers turn to the use of corporate intranets, which often combine elements of popular social networks so that workers feel more in touch with their colleagues.
Just about everyone wants to lead something, but even the highest-level leaders have to follow someone at some point. A good leader is coachable and ready to gain both knowledge and skill from others, whether the other person is a subordinate, the boss, the board, the customer, or the shareholders.