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Have you ever wondered why very few companies successfully complete their projects? Every 1 in 3 projects do not have a proper baseline. About 2/3rd business executives and IT experts believe that their projects will fail in first three months. 44% of the projects fail because they do not use...
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As experience demonstrates, the best players are not always the best coaches. Many star performers are just not able to transfer their skills and knowledge to others. The same idea applies to sales. Someone who is the Michael Jordan of salespeople may not be the Phil Jackson of Sales Managers....
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By Gloria Kopp In today's corporate culture, keeping your staff's training up to date is vital. You need to keep ahead of the competition, and have employees who are ahead of the curve. To do this though, you need to have competent, highly qualified training staff that can keep your...
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“The learning culture of an organisation can be easily overthrown by even the most formidable learning and development departments”. @CordinerSarah   Strategy cannot always ensure success. The learning culture of an organisation can be easily overthrown by even the most formidable learning and development departments.  Creating sustainable organisational change means...
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The Making of an Exceptional CEO What makes one CEO better than another? McKinsey Group studied 600 CEOs tenures across the Fortune 500 from 2004 to 2014.  How was success defined? Performance. These CEOs lead organizations that exceeded their industry averages. Some took laggard companies and reinvented them, while others...
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By Ryan Rose In fantasy sports, participants put together a “dream team” based on predictive analytics, such as how this quarterback has performed statistically in the past three games or how that pitcher has interacted with left-handed batters historically. Similarly, horseracing fans take predictive analytics very seriously. Bets can be...
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By Ryan Rose, head of customer experience & product design, Cisco Collaborative Knowledge, Cisco We live in a world that seems almost predisposed to tell us where we are weak. When you ask most people to point out their weaknesses, the answer comes rather easily. Ask them about their strengths,...
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Elearning! Magazine invited Jonathan Fear, Senior Director, Coupa University, to share his insights and advice on scaling training in a fast-paced service-dominate enterprise. In this interview, Jonathan shared his best practices and lessons learned. Q:WHAT TRENDS ARE YOU SEEING IN THE LEARNING SPACE? Most of the trends we see in...
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Trainers can incorporate marketing concepts in learning. By Emma King, INXPO Marketers have been leading the way for many years, delivering a simple yet attractive message in short snippets or segments, like TV advertising slots or social media. When training employees in a virtual learning environment, often the goals are...
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Many professions use science to improve the outcomes of their work. For example, architects use the principles of physics and math to design buildings that will function safely and last decades or even centuries. Architecture is often equated with art, but it’s the science behind it that truly makes it...
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Digital transformation is indisputably influencing the way organizations operate. Before, communication and interactions used to be physical and often contained to local geographic boundaries. Today, anyone with an access to the Internet and a computer or a mobile device is able to reach content and decide when and where to...
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In a recent roundtable, we talked about whether our personal and team aspirations were aligned.  In the prior month, we were all tasked with doing this exercise with our teams, as well as personally. The word 'aspirations' seemed to produce a slightly different view of our life endeavors than more...
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