By Stacey Harris, VP, Research, Brandon Hall Group
By David Brookmire, Ph.D.
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By Samantha Howland, Senior Managing Partner and Executive Development Director, DSI
By Lynda McDaniel, Co-Founder, The Book Catalysts, and Founder, Association for Creative Business Writing. In the classic film noir, Double Indemnity,Edward G. Robinson plays an insurance investigator who foils Fred MacMurray and Barbara Stanwyk’s scheme. How? He listens to his intuition. “Every month, hundreds of claims come to this desk,” Robinson says with rapid-fire delivery. “Some of them are phonies. And I know which ones. How do I know? Because my little man tells me … The little man in here” (pointing to his gut).
By Tim Toterhi Business leaders are fond of comparing talent acquisition and retention to physical confrontations, most notably, the war for talent. Few, however, demonstrate the dedication required to prepare their organizations for such encounters.
In “Unrelenting Innovation: How to Create a Culture for Market Dominance”award-winning USC Professor Gerard Tellis shows how to drive relentless innovation in a company by influencing the true catalyst of innovation: culture.
By Shane J. Lopez, Ph.D.
By Jennie Hollmann, Ph.D., Director Organizational Research, and Genevieve Carlton, Account Consultant, Caliper The Power of 5: Never before have five generations been represented in the labor force. From traditionalists born before 1945 to linkers born after 1995 and just beginning to enter the workforce, we are at a unique period of time regarding the need for intergenerational communication in business. For those who touch talent management, the opportunities and challenges appear to be many.
Edited by Margery Weinstein EMC Corporation noticed two trends occurring in corporate education: Informal learning Learning as a service As a result, it created EMC EduCare, value-added informal and service-based learning to support EMC storage and information infrastructure solutions for its customers.