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Eight Common Mistakes Organizations Make With ERP Training

Implementing a new ERP system can be an imposing task for any organization, no matter how big or small. Make sure that your organization achieves the maximum return on investment by also investing in your people! A competent and trained

Webinar Q&A | Don’t “Sell” to Your Customers…Listen to Them!

Today’s consumers are re-defining value and changing the way your organization’s sales process works. This shift is a game-changer for everyone in the organization. Buyers are coming to the table with more information about your company than ever before so

Webinar Q&A | CARDBOARD: Inside a Rapid VR Project

Virtual reality (VR) has been a hot topic in the L&D space over the past year, but rarely are you given a look inside a VR project. During a recent 45-minute session, I partnered with Ann Rollins to take a

Digital Transformation: The Necessary Shift in Organizational Change Management

In the latest edition of our series on Digital Transformation we will describe the necessary shift in Organizational Change Management – from project-based activities to a more fluid approach, when there’s no “go-live stake” in the ground. Traditional Organizational Change

How Digital Transformation Will Impact Generations in the Workplace

In the latest edition of our series on Digital Transformation, we will compare and contrast learning approaches used to capture the attention of the various generations in the workplace. We’ll discuss learning preferences of each generation and possible strategies to

Webinar Q&A | MOOCs, SPOCs and Other N-Syncs: What You Need to Know

There has been quite a buzz about MOOCs building over the past year or so, but implementation results in the corporate sector have been mixed. MOOCs, SPOCs, and other N-Syncs (near synchronous learning events) can be quite powerful. How do

Building a Culture of Trust

It seems that Trust has become one of the most important words in the Financial Industry. Customers can trust that their money is safeguarded, that their financial advisors treat them ethically, that the institutions in which they place their trust

Embracing adaptive strategies and going for the gold.

This is the first of three blogs from Paralympic bobsledder and CrossFit gym owner, Jason Sturm. Stay tuned in the coming months for his posts on coaching people to be their personal best and staying competitive in a changing environment.

Webinar Q&A | Moving your Coaching from Annual and Awkward to Everyday and Energizing

The benefits of coaching are undeniable. Yet individuals avoid coaching because they don’t think they have the time and because they fear they don’t have the answers. The truth is, you don’t need lengthy, pre-scheduled sessions to coach effectively and you don’t

Digital Transformation as Seen through the Lens of Your People

In the latest edition of our series on the Human Side of Digital Transformation, we are going to address how workplace agility, commitment, and coaching/collaboration may enable your people and organization to achieve greater digital literacy and productivity. Workplace Agility

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