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We are in the age of digital transformation and big data, yet most organizations struggle to collect, organize, and analyze information effectively. Measuring the impact of learning and development programs, change management projects, technology adoption, and strategic initiatives is critical to a company’s agility and decision-making. This issue highlights lessons learned from our work with global companies and decades of experience measuring the impact of transformation, learning, and performance improvement interventions.
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The best-run businesses value their employees and their experiences. Technology has evolved to improve companies’ administrative processes, as well as those that help employees effectively do their jobs and learn efficiently. The key is to make sure that these technologies are selected, implemented, and positioned for effective user adoption and employee satisfaction.
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For years, the learning industry has stressed digital transformation and modern learning, but many organizations have been slow to adapt. In 2020, no one had a choice. Last year changed workplace learning forever and compelled all of us to pivot quickly and redefine our strategies, accelerate transformation, and infuse our learning organizations with exciting new approaches.
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This year has seen more change and digital working than ever before. Organizations have been forced to change their way of thinking and operate quickly to survive. Technology has played a large part in this transformation by supporting remote working, delivering relevant content to learners quickly and efficiently, and keeping workers engaged in their work activities, even when their routines have been interrupted. We know this will continue to be a focus in 2021, and GP Strategies will be there to support all of your technology needs.
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Achieving success in technology initiatives is more important than ever as companies embrace a new reality. Whether you are migrating to a cloud solution, looking to replace your legacy platforms, or embarking on a large global transformation, technology can still be implemented successfully if you plan accordingly and use the right tools and strategies.
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With all of the disruption across industries, workforce needs are rapidly evolving – from the way we collaborate, communicate, and integrate with technology, to the way we attract and retain talent. As a result, we need to re-think our traditional strategies. In this issue, we will explore key skills for the workforce of the future and the learning ecosystem to support them.
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Welcome to the Q3 2020 edition of Asset Performance Matters. This quarterly newsletter brings you insights and strategies on how organizations can optimize the performance of their human and capital assets, even during these changing times. This edition of Asset Performance Matters will focus on the critical importance of training and the positive impact it can have on your asset performance strategy.
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It’s no surprise that the pace of change in organizations is more rapid than ever. It’s important for leaders to create an environment where employees can grow and succeed. In this edition of Leadership Matters, we share strategies for leaders and organizations to help their employees feel confident they can thrive in the workplace even during times of change and uncertainty.
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What is your strategy for maintaining business and project continuity during times in which your biggest asset, your workforce, has been disrupted? How can you ensure your implementation and technology adoption initiatives stay on track? This issue includes guidance on ways you can thrive during change.
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Welcome to the inaugural edition of Asset Performance Matters. We have created this quarterly newsletter to bring you insights and strategies on how organizations can optimize the performance of their human and capital assets. As asset-intensive organizations continue to adjust to market and global impacts, we have curated valuable content on how to move forward and implement strategies for future success.
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If there was ever a time for strong leadership, it’s now. Leaders are being called upon to keep their virtual employees engaged and productive while ensuring their organizations move forward and meet business objectives. Leaders who can lead with both competence (the skills to get the job done) and connection (the ability to strengthen relationships) will have an advantage. Read more for valuable insights into how to succeed despite the incredible uncertainty all around us.
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If there was ever a time for strong leadership, it’s now. Leaders are being called upon to keep their virtual employees engaged and productive while ensuring their organizations move forward and meet business objectives. Leaders who can lead with both competence (the skills to get the job done) and connection (the ability to strengthen relationships) will have an advantage. Read more for valuable insights into how to succeed despite the incredible uncertainty all around us.
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As we all continue to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, learning leaders are determining how to quickly adapt and keep their employees engaged and productive while working remotely, all while maintaining the continuity of operations, preserving their strategic direction, and mitigating the disruption’s inherent risks.

In this special edition of Performance Matters, we have curated some of our best content that provides best practices, tips, and guides that will help you efficiently and effectively navigate our new way of working.
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During this time of disruption, organizations are looking for ways to maintain business continuity and employee productivity. This is even more pressing if your organization is in the midst of a new technology implementation. How do you still achieve a smooth implementation? What changes are needed in your adoption strategy? How can you ensure your people solutions align with your technological capabilities while working remotely? Below are some useful tips that can help you maintain success in this current environment.
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Many organizations want to migrate to a digital leadership development strategy, but making the move is hard. Digital leadership transformation isn’t just about implementing technology; it is about changing how employees leverage that technology through human connection to produce business outcomes. Learn more about how to achieve a successful transition in this issue.
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We are at a critical juncture in building successful organizations of the future.We no longer have the luxury of time to evaluate and adapt. Organizations need to be armed with the capabilities of resilience and agility in order to anticipate change and instinctively adapt and transform their business strategies. At this moment, the pace of technological and societal change is the slowest we will ever experience. Is your organization ready for the reality that this pace of disruption creates?
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We hope you’ve enjoyed GP Strategies’ 2019 Success Matters newsletter. As part of our year in review, here are the most popular newsletter items from 2019. Our goal at GP is to help you best utilize your human capital management technology and we’re glad to see our newsletter has helped along the way. Here’s to you and your continued success in 2020!
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Workforce transformation is not a one-size-fits-all approach—it starts with purpose and varies from organization to organization. The good news is that leaders can shift their mindset to support a changing workforce in a world of accelerating disruption and uncertainty. Mindsets are a way of thinking, shaped by attitudes and opinions that guide and influence our behavior. When a growth, inclusive, agile, or enterprise mindset is present, leaders perform the actions associated with them and create an environment that pushes boundaries of what is possible.