This week, we take a look at each step in an organization’s learning journey—from skills mapping to planning, execution, and measurement.
Meeting the Demand for New Skills in the Workplace with Skills Mapping
The nature of the workplace is fundamentally changing and forcing business leaders to ponder not only how they will upskill and reskill current and future employees, but also what those essential skills will be. One powerful tool you have at your disposal is skills mapping, a systematic approach to measuring, identifying, and developing valuable skills within an organization.
How Learning and Development Leaders Can Support and Enable Culture Change
When it comes to culture change in the workplace, learning and development leaders often have significant parts to play in driving it forward. But what exactly is your role and what do you need to do to effect long-term, sustainable transformations?
How to Deliver Stronger Training Outcomes: A Blended Learning Approach
Finding ways to maximize the effectiveness of e-learning programs should be a priority for every organization. When built thoughtfully, blended learning initiatives have the potential to increase engagement and drive performance-oriented training.
Performance Measures: The Missing Link in Professional Competency Models
Competency models are meant to define and sequence the skills a person would need to excel in a given role. Unfortunately, there’s a key component often missing from these frameworks—proof points.