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Unlocking Tribal Knowledge to Transform Your Organization

By Alfredo Zangara, PMP, Business Architect, Intel Corporation We’re all familiar with the phrase, “Knowledge is power.” But an often-overlooked source of power is “tribal knowledge”—the collective knowledge of the organization contained within the context and boundaries of the various “tribes” (business units, functions, product teams, and project teams) that make up the organization.

The Benefit of Stupid Games

By Bruce Hodes, Founder, CMI Before I start, let’s define what a “Stupid Game” is. A Stupid Game is a teambuilding activity used to teach business principles and ideas. In corporate training and development, the games are called “experiential education.” Wow, does that sound fancy.

PNC’s Line of Business Development Programs

Edited by Margery Weinstein The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc., prides itself on its commitment to building and developing a pipeline of new and emerging diverse talent. The company says its Line of Business Development (LOB) Programs have a 30-year history of providing a legacy of leaders.

How to Build a Values-Based Culture

By Marsha Ershaghi Hames, Ed.D., Advisory Leadership, LRN People don’t quit their jobs; they quit their managers.

Mobile Learning Is Gaining Momentum

By David Wentworth, Senior Learning Analyst, Brandon Hall Group The ubiquity of smart phones and tablets makes it easy to buy into the misconception that our entire world has gone mobile. Brandon Hall Group’s 2013 Mobile Learning Survey was launched in an effort to break through the hype and find out what organizations really are doing with mobile learning.

Case Study: Allegro Development Utilizes Online Training

Dallas-based Allegro Development is a global leader in developing energy trading and risk management software. Allegro provides customers with agile solutions to manage risk across natural gas, power, coal, crude oil, petroleum products, emissions, and other commodity markets, allowing decision-makers to execute with confidence. Recognizing that possessing industry knowledge is central to the success in the delivery of its offering, Allegro maintains an industry-specific knowledge commitment for its employees in the industries where its customers do business.

Case Study: New Product Training at Unger Global

Unger-Global is a leading provider of professional cleaning solutions that fields a highly trained professional sales team. When Unger launched its nLite commercial window washing system last year at October’s ISAA trade show, it relied on a strong field sales organization using a comprehensive online product sales training platform produced by TechScholar LLC. The Training Challenge

When It Breaks: Tips for Presentation Mishaps

By Kent Sipes, Training, Communications, and Change Management Consultant, Io Consulting “I don’t know why we’re seeing all these pictures of cows!” My boss, the director of the small boy’s home for which I was in charge of public relations, was increasingly frustrated and confused by the images on the screen. His annual presentation to our church, which was supposed to be a narration of significant slides showing vignettes into the work we did with young men in trouble, had been one livestock image after another.

How to Create Team Spirit

By David McNally, CEO, TransForm Corporation “A triumph of the human spirit” is the way we describe the achievements of those who have managed to tap into a deep reservoir of potential and possibility. The human spirit is a powerful force that exists within each of us. However, you can’t touch it and you certainly can’t buy it. Spirit may lay dormant in many, but when stirred from its slumber, it inspires great thoughts and great actions.

Beyond Culture in Cross-Border Collaboration

By Terence Brake, Head, Learning & Innovation, TMA World Several years ago, my colleagues and I were asked to help virtual teams operating in a merger between French and Japanese companies. Relationships between the French and Japanese team members were sour, and the productivity outlook was increasingly bleak. Not surprisingly, we were asked to come in and help the teams understand and work with their cultural differences. Given the circumstances, it wasn’t an unreasonable request.

Quicken Loans Banks on Coaching

Edited by Margery Weinstein Quicken Loans has found coaching to be an important training tool. The company’s team of regional mortgage banker coaches runs a program broken down into several initiatives, or “plays,” that promote a culture in which bankers and leaders at all levels continue to learn and sharpen their skills. Key components include:

Meaningful Ways to Give Thanks to Your Employees

By Tamra Chandler, CEO, PeopleFirm Maybe it’s a drawer at the office or a box in the garage, but chances are you have some place where well-intentioned work gifts are stashed away and forgotten. Peek inside and you’ll likely find a clock, a paperweight, or a branded polo shirt. Company gifts are well meaning but often impersonal or generic, providing no real value for the employee. The right gift, however, will generate goodwill for the holiday season and boost long-lasting employee satisfaction.

SGS Tool Company Cuts Through Complications of Skills Gap

ByJeannine Kunz, Director, Tooling U-SME SGS Tool Company’s commitment to continuous improvement and developing its associates is paying off with metrics related to retention and engagement well above industry average, all helping stem the skilled labor shortage it faced.

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