Organizational Strategy in Practice

By Sue Iannone A struggling L&D organization can exhibit a range of characteristics. Maybe its staff feel overworked and under-resourced. Perhaps it operates as a reactive organization instead of proactively pursuing strategic initiatives. If this sounds familiar, it’s time for a strategic reboot. That’s where our latest white paper comes into play. In Building an Organizational […]

Learning Styles and Unicorns

By Carla Torgerson Do you believe in unicorns?  It’s a safe bet that you don’t.  After all, unicorns are a myth, and everyone knows it.  But what about “learning styles,” the idea that each person is a certain kind of learner, and learns best when material is delivered to them in their own preferred style […]