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Transforming Your Company Into a Learning Organization

Transforming Your Company Into a Learning Organization

In 1958, the average tenure of companies on the S&P 500 was 60 years. Today, that number is 10, and this rapid pace of change shows no sign of slowing any time soon. In addition to the accelerating pace of change, work is more complex than ever before;...

10 Principles for Delivering Virtual Learning Events

  As learning and development professionals continue to adapt to the new realities of the workplace in 2020, many trainings and workshops are now being conducted online. Although it is impossible to fully replicate the experience of an in-person meeting, there...
Doug Shupinski Virtual Teaming Requires Deliberate Practice

Virtual Teaming Requires Deliberate Practice

Doug Shupinski is Director of Leadership Development at Merck, and no stranger to leading virtual teams at all levels. Doug spoke with our team to convey his trust and excitement in the opportunities available to all of us in holding our meetings virtually, even...
A step change in leadership development

A step change in leadership development

By Kimo Kippen founder of Aloha Learning Advisors In the Tour de France, cyclists roll like human-powered trains around corners, up and down hills, and through roadside villages. Teams practice precise rotations in and out of the lead to block the wind, before...

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Making the Case for Custom Supply Chain Executive Education

Making the Case for Custom Supply Chain Executive Education

Under pressure to perform at unprecedented velocities in a tight labor market, more companies are exploring custom executive education options as a way to bring their supply chain leaders up to speed (and keep them there). By Bridget McCrea, Editor · July 13, 2018...

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Campbell Soup's Comprehensive Supply Chain Training Program

By Steve Banker Many companies send their employees to leading supply chain conferences. Yet outside the Logistics Service Provider industry, widespread training within a supply chain organization remains rare. But that is what Campbell Soup has done, they have put in...

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How Do You Accelerate the Long Cycle of Culture Change

Out With the Old, in With the New Culture change is a long, arduous process. Changing an existing culture is much more difficult than establishing a brand-new culture. Discarding the old values and behaviors, and instilling new ones is a hard task. Managers must...

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Three Key Factors for Supply Chain Transformation

In our recent webinar, 3 Themes That Will Impact Supply Chain Leaders Now and in the Future, we discussed how optimizing the supply chain promises many benefits. These benefits include reduced costs, improved efficiency, and better relationships with internal and...

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How to Create a Change Movement

As companies adapt to a rapidly changing business environment, with shifting players, products, services, and technology, many of them struggle to keep up. Advancement, or even maintenance, can be a challenge in an environment that requires flexibility, adaptability,...

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Why Do Strategic Plans Fail?

The best-laid plans of mice and men, often go awry. Almost every executive can point to an experience when a great idea for strategic change has been conceived, perfected, and rolled out, only to fail in the final measure. And the company pays the price, not only in...

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People Analytics and the Power of Data

  People analytics, the data analysis related to human resources within an organization, is becoming far more prevalent among forward-thinking companies. A recent study by Forbes1 showed that 69% of companies surveyed were in the process of integrating data to...

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Leadership Is A Movement, Not A Mandate

  By Alan Todd We’re in a time of unprecedented change for companies, and that pace of change is only accelerating. In years past, it might take a Fortune 500 company 20 years to reach a $1 billion valuation. Today, valuations soar within months of launch. The...

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3 Steps To Ignite The Passion Of Millennial Employees

By Alan Todd Millennials – that oft-discussed group of people born between the 1980s and early 2000s – now make up the majority of employees at large corporations, but they continue to bear the brunt of jokes about workplace communication and collaboration habits....

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