Category: Learning Management

Degreed Webinar Puts Learners First

Corporate learning is struggling to keep up with learners. It’s too slow to keep up with constantly evolving business needs, and too stuck on old approaches to keep up with employees’ fickle preferences and habits. It doesn’t have to be that way. But to catch up, learning and development (L&D) organizations need to start rethinking
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April 7 Webinar to Address Paradox Created by the Battle between Learning and Control

Most business leaders agree that the success of their companies is dependent upon a strong culture of learning. But learning and development professionals often control many aspects of process, stifling learning opportunities. An upcoming webinar, scheduled April 7 at 1 p.m. (EST), will address how to handle this suffocating paradox. The 45-minute webinar will be
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Up Your Company’s Game: The “Bring Your Own Learning Webinar”

Following the explosive trend of “Bring Your Own Devices” that saturated workspaces all over America, what naturally followed is the “Bring Your Own Learning” (BYOL) movement. David Blake will facilitate an upcoming webinar on this new approach to learning and development. Becoming BYOL conversant is not about personalized training or managing training for others, but
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Andrew Leigh’s The Essentials of Management: 30 Years of Management Advice

  When Andrew Leigh first wrote 20 Ways to Manage Better in 1984, he had little clue that the book would last, in various forms, until the 21st century. In fact, he thought the book would be useful for little more than a year or two, because management styles and techniques change frequently. Fortunately for
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