Monthly Archives: December 2016

Can you imagine your training and development manager staring at the budget and trying to decide where to invest the company’s money? The narrative in their head might sound something like this. “Can we afford to incorporate training on creative...
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I think the best way to challenge our expectations about what works and what doesn’t is to ask compelling questions. I participated in a webinar by Brandon Hall Group titled, How are you utilizing learning analytics. I’m not sure what I expected,...
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