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We surveyed 52 Talent Management Executives to see what priorities and investment areas top their lists for 2016-2017.
In this interview, Brad Samargya, Chief Learning Officer at Ericsson, discusses networked society learning. "The challenge is then, how do you raise the competence levels of (employees) around the globe in a way that supports business objectives and instills the Ericsson way in a cost-effective manner." Brad Samargya, Chief Learning Officer, Ericsson
Tom Heetderks, VP Human Resources/Talent Management at ResCare, discusses mobile training for a remote workforce.
Whether true leaders are born, made, or something in between, they are out there, but they may not be easy to find. From identifying potential candidates to conducting interviews and negotiating team politics, hiring a new CEO for your company is a huge task, but it’s also one of the most important decisions your company can make.
In this interview, Ron discusses recent aggressive targeting by the NLRB, how new policies affect employee/employer bonds, and the most confusing policies for HR executives. He also discusses what he is most looking forward to about attending and speaking at the 2016 CHRO Exchange and his priorities for 2016-2017.
Learn how to become a better manager or management consultant by adopting Peter Drucker's principles.
Phyllis Gebhardt opens up about Hi-Po women, female HR Leaders and how women make great things happen in the C-Suite.
IQPC's 5th Annual Chief Learning Officer Exchange is coming up in April. 2016's spring edition will focus on imperatives to ensure your L&D strategy is future-proof.
Risk in management is unavoidable. Some of Drucker’s clients did not acknowledge this. They thought that risk could be avoided and just wanted Drucker to tell them how. However, according to Drucker, risk could not be avoided, it could be desirable. In fact, the assumption of risk was a basic function of any successful enterprise.