This week, I spoke and attended the CLO conference entitled “Orchestrating Change: Leading Organizations with Learning.” My presentation focused on Brave New Learners: Millennials and Beyond.
The presentation addressed such issues as:
What impact will all of this have on the four generations currently in the workforce?
Do Millennials really learn differently?
Will FORTUNE 500 companies ever create […]
The annual Business Week survey of the 50 Best Performers is out on newsstands.
Here are a few things to think about: Is your company on the list? What are the companies on the list doing in terms of people development?
First the top list of companies:
2. Gilead Sciences
3. Allegheny Technologies
8. BJ Services
9. Abercrombie & Fitch
10. MEMC Electronic Materials
11. CB Richard […]
Do you understand your employees’ motivations and desires to the same extent as your customers? Perhaps not, and here is the opportunity for you. The Towers Perrin Global Workforce Study had some interesting findings related to innovation, learning and development. First, improving one’s skills and capabilities ranked second to competitive base pay in […]
The idea that people who use products should have input into their design is not entirely new. There have been many episodes of user-driven creativity in the history of invention, which scholars such as MIT professor Eric Von Hippel have shown through their research.
As Don Tapscott points out in his book, Wikinomics , steam engine […]