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Maximizing L&D Spend in the New Year

As you spend the remainder of your budget and begin planning for the upcoming year, it’s important to get the most value.  It takes a lot of effort to explore the solutions available and really understand what to look for as you make the best choices to enhance your learning programs.

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Are you Measuring Impact?

Measurement Expert Panel PictureThere has never
been a better time or more demand to show learning’s impact. The drivers of
change are here – constrained budgets, reduced L&D staff, increased
pressures from finance and a global talent crisis. Yet despite the change
catalyst these conditions evoke, many organizations are boxed into traditional
patterns that fall short of delivering meaningful business results.

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Moving the Needle at TrainingIndustry.com’s Partnering for Performance Conference

By
Pam Boiros, Vice President, Corporate Marketing, Skillsoft

This week,
I’m presenting at the TrainingIndustry.com’s
Partnering for Performance event in Raleigh, N.C. The sixth annual Partnering
for Performance Conference is an event that helps learning leaders obtain
the information, insight and tools needed to leverage partnerships for driving
performance improvement.

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Why elearning continues to trend upward

Elearning has been a viable replacement for traditional
instructor-led training since the late nineties. From major corporations to
respected universities, elearning adoption continues to grow.

People want to learn online
It comes as no surprise that elearning continues to be a growing trend
around the world.

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Talent Development Reporting Principles

We are pleased to bring you a guest blog post today from John R. Mattox, II, Ph.D., Director of Research for KnowledgeAdvisors, a learning measurement software and solutions company focused on improving the effectiveness of learning. John’s colleague, Jeffrey Berk, Chief Operating Officer for KnowledgeAdvisors, will be speaking during the Impact Analysis: Strategies for Success workshop at Perspectives 2012.

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Why So Low?

By Kieran King

When KnowledgeAdvisors measured SkillSoft’s scrap learning rate (the percent of learning that is not applied to the job within six weeks) at such a low level (14 percent), the question of “why so low?” naturally arises. 

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