Source: What does the professionalization of HR mean for business? Financial Post Let’s check in on the human resources industry. For those out of the loop, here is what happened back in 2013 The association is accountable to the Ontario Legislature for regulating and governing its members in the public interest, and members are accountable […]
Agility in education means closing the gap between a management model and a leadership model with practical solutions. This is the new frontier that corporations have failed to acknowledge.
HR has sold more canned pitches to senior management teams in board rooms across America than cans of Spam sold in the Pacific islands.
75% of 1,500 managers surveyed from across 50 organizations were dissatisfied with their company’s Learning & Development (L&D) function; 70% of employees report that they don’t have mastery of the skills needed to do their jobs; Only 12% of employees apply new skills learned in L&D programs to their jobs; and Only 25% of respondents to a recent McKinsey survey believe […]
Before working in the private sector I was an educator responsible for the design, development and delivery of learning. Now I attend meetings and there is one person at the table for each of these responsibilities. The problem is the left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing. It seems like we are […]
“I don’t want to see a bunch of bosses in jail,” said Steve Hunt. “In fact, if we saw one or two [under the Criminal Code] I think that would be the paradigm shift…” https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/workplace-fatalities-penalties-1.4421240 Steve is director of a Steelworkers union. He is charged with protecting the well being of his members. Steve has […]
The single best predictor of final-test scores was……learning speed.
The benefits of technological change are permanent but the effect on the rate of growth are temporary.
Why claim a special status, such as adult learning, if fundamentally you adhere to the spirit of learning?
Reflective practice, this is the world of SOTL.
Harvard Business School conducted research $162 billion dollars was wasted on corporate training in 2012.
Participants learned less from personal failure than from personal success, yet they learned just as much from other people’s failure as from others’ success.