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Three Traits of Adaptable Leaders

“The most important factor in survival is neither intelligence nor strength but adaptability.” ~ Charles Darwin Change is inevitable. Leaders all over the world are facing constant change and complexity, including new cultures, new jobs, new markets, and new competition.

A First Review of SAP SuccessFactors Q4-2018 Release

While many people are preparing for the upcoming peak season in business & HR processes or trying to absorb the innovations announced by SAP at TechEd last week and at SuccessConnect just 4 weeks ago, we here at GP Strategies

Surveys: To Pulse… Or Not to Pulse…

I straddle the worlds of employee experience surveys, learning solutions, and performance improvement resources. No matter which “hat” I’m wearing on any day, I encounter clients who want to “do something innovative” or “become more digital.” I’m not alone. Chris

A Successful Takeoff and Landing at the 2018 GP Strategies Customer Forum

How do you effectively build a learning culture? Or reskill your workforce to work with evolving technologies? And what’s the best way to develop a content strategy? Manage your digital assets? Integrate digital learning into everyday workflow? These are the

The Learning Technologies Ecosphere: Creating a Sustainable Strategy

The Learning Technologies Ecosphere is a key part of the overall experience that we, as learning and development professionals, are trying to create for our learners. Historically, organizations have used one monolithic tool such as a learning management system, but

The GP Internship Experience: From the Lens of the Leader

The summer went so fast. It always does. As you may recall from a previous blog, I had the honor of launching a learning experience designer summer internship at GP Strategies. We envisioned a program that offered undergraduate students from

Evaluation Isn’t Hard When You Focus on Outcomes

People often say that evaluation of learning is difficult. It can be hard to measure the impact of training using business metrics. So why is evaluation difficult? One reason is because we accept the goals of the training because the

Shifting to an “On the Job” Mentality: The key to maximizing the satisfaction of your L&D team

I have the awesome responsibility to share and evangelize how to integrate technology into training and learning experiences, using an outcomes focused approach to ensure there is an opportunity for business impact.  Because I get to work across clients and

Five Strategies for People-Friendly Digital Transformation

Digital transformation of learning and performance holds great promise but can miss the most important enabler—engaged, effective people. Just consider what we’re facing . . . Corporate L&D is experiencing a remarkable transformation driven by a need to focus on

Six Tips to Practice Mindfulness and Create Space for Innovation

The connection of innovation and mindfulness might, at first glance, seem antithetical. How could the introduction of something new and different come from a focus on the present? If we are tuned in to right now, how can we create

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