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This Week in Corporate Learning: Talent and Culture

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This week, we take a look at how effective talent development can help fuel organizational change.

Talent Development Fuels Organizational Capability

The ATD Capability Model identifies domains of practice that focus on developing capabilities in three core spheres—the personal, the professional, and the organizational. This post looks specifically at how talent development professionals can leverage business-specific goals, values, and principles to bolster organizational capability.

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5 Steps to Shift Employee Mindsets for a Successful Change Initiative

According to research by McKinsey, less than 30% of strategic transformations are ultimately successful. The causes? Poor communication, an unconvincing narrative, and employees who don’t feel included. In a nutshell, people haven’t “bought in.”

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Aligning Teams for Successful Organizational Change

Mitigating risks is a major concern when it comes to managing change projects. From announcements going out when they shouldn’t to too many or too few people being brought in, little things have the potential to stall or derail progress. Fortunately, taking steps to ensure process and decision-making clarity will help create the structure and alignment your teams need to succeed.

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6 Pillars Supporting Organizational Culture

Building and nurturing a strong company culture may not be easy, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth doing. So where should you start?

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