My GP Strategies Summer Internship: More Than Fetching Coffee

This summer, I had the amazing opportunity to be one of six college students working for GP Strategies as a Learning Experience Designer Intern. The six of us were based at the GP Strategies Headquarters in Columbia, Maryland, working with

The End of Flash: What It Means for Your Learning Assets and How to Prepare

With the news that Adobe will stop supporting the Flash Player plug-in at the end of 2020 and browsers disabling it in 2019, training and development teams will need to look to their existing learning assets to determine how much

Using Your New Technology as an Opportunity to Create an Agile, Fluid, & Well-Equipped Workforce

You have done your due diligence and examined both the needs of your organization and the strengths of potential enterprise systems. You have made your selection and begun to implement your solution – now what? To get the most out

The Basics of Selecting Your Enterprise Technology and Beginning Your Implementation

There are many comprehensive HR cloud solutions on the market today, all with different benefits and key features. But, they are only as good as the features that benefit your organization. In this blog, we will lay out three of

The Intangibles of Performance Excellence

In the last 5 years or so, I have had the pleasure of working with a number of different companies in quite varied industries to understand performance excellence—to understand what behaviors are unique to those individuals who consistently achieve exceptional

People: The Analog Connectors of Your Digital Transformation

Digital transformation is the transformation of business and organizational activities, processes, competencies, and models to fully leverage the changes and opportunities of a mix of digital technologies and their accelerating impact across society in a strategic and prioritized way, with present

Another Side of Social Media: How Instructional Designers Can Build Relationships

When was your last light-bulb moment? For me it was using social media. No, not looking at my friend’s silly cat pictures, but while doing research for a social selling project. I realized that the landscape of building relationships is

Beyond a Personality Test: Simple Tips to Understand the People We Work With

Let me first make a confession. If there is a personality quiz, I will take it. Replace my (non-existent) dating bio of “Enjoys long walks on the beach and deep conversations that last until sunrise” with “I am an ENTJ,

Extending Your SuccessFactors Cloud

For more than 10 years, GP Strategies has helped clients implement the full SAP SuccessFactors HCM suite, guiding our clients in what best practices to use and which standards to follow. We are fully committed to the idea of helping

Handling The Pace Of Innovation: HR at the Speed of Change

“The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change” —Heraclitus In few places is this old saying more appropriate than in the HR technology space. HR has moved completely out of sight of the “Personnel Department” that they were in the

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