Change happens. Change is all around us. It happens every day to everyone. Some people are more adapt or comfortable with change, others struggle with it. Nevertheless it happens. And it is happening a lot these days, especially in business.
As you plan out your business or your career, you may find that your biggest opportunities don’t come from chasing a current trend, but rather from anticipating the opportunities that would arise from a counter-trend.
We announced major news in the $135 billion worldwide corporate training industry this week: after four years of budget cuts, spending increased on corporate L&D increased by 9.5% last year. This is a major uptick shift in corporate HR spending.
Effective organizational knowledge-sharing for this new world of work needs individuals who are adept at sense-making. One framework for this is personal knowledge ... and knowledge-sharing should be performance support.
Many leaders are currently facing the challenge of leading in conditions of uncertainty and unpredictability. Yet much leadership is predicated on the assumption of a relatively stable / foreseeable future - for which plans can be made.
Upside Down Thinking: How To Systemize Audacious Change In 5 Steps Forbes To establish a solid link between change management and the relevant influence of psychology over the behavior of people and businesses, I embarked on a global journey to...
How To Earn Your Employees' Respect -- Without Terrifying Them Forbes I've been chewing on these ideas for awhile, especially after I sat in on a scrum with my development team. I hadn't attended a ...
The Passion Puzzle at Work TIME But to develop passion, it clearly requires something that Peter Drucker believed was absolutely essential: each individual worker taking responsibility for his or her own results and continued learning.
Across the United States, higher education institutions and other organizations are experimenting with the use of digital badges to guide, motivate, document, and validate formal and informal learning. Badges are currently in use or in development at institutions such as MIT, Carnegie Mellon, the University of California–Davis, Purdue University, Seton Hall, and Yale University. Organizations outside of higher education interested in supporting learning are issuing badges too, including NASA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the U.S. departments of Veterans Affairs and Education, the Young Adult Library Services Association, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Smithsonian, EDUCAUSE, and the movie studio Disney-Pixar.
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