Manufacturing Day Kick-Off Breakfast

With nearly 3,000 manufacturers supporting 94,000+ jobs, San Diego is a hub for manufacturing. National Manufacturing Day is your chance to learn about everything that’s #MadeinSD. Organized by the San Diego Regional EDC, sponsors and community leaders, the kick-off event celebrates the largest MFG Day event in California alongside business leaders from General Atomics, BAE […]

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CLOs are a CFO’s best friend

Chief learning officers’ job could be easier with a little help from their friends: chief financial officers. CFOs often rule departmental budgets and make significant decisions about how a company spends its money. If CLOs want to implement a learning and development program, they often have to show its organizational value to financial leadership. But […]

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Partnerships to help narrow the skills gap

The effects of expected Baby Boomer retirements on certain occupations and industries already have created a pressing need for younger front-line workers to fill vacated positions, many of which require relatively high levels of knowledge and skill. In efforts to combat these anticipated gaps in middle management, many employers are ramping up their educational partnerships […]

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Key trends in training during 2015

In today’s world, organizations that fail to adjust their learning management practices and solutions often struggle with organizational growth or productivity. As a result, leading companies are abandoning traditional methods of learning in favor of more effective solutions—often involving technology innovation—that engage talent and improve performance. This report highlights key trends affecting the future of […]

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Proctor and Gamble on merging company cultures

While working his way up from Hyderabad, India, to 1 Procter & Gamble Plaza in Cincinnati, Ohio, Moheet Nagrath came to understand culture well enough to look past it. “I’m pretty convinced that there are superficial differences in culture and communication and how people do things,” said the global human resources officer. “There’s an essence. When you […]

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Face to face still leads the way in management training

Two studies were recently conducted by Training Industry, Inc. that focus on leadership training, which often addresses a range of soft skills considered essential for success. The first study discusses the attributes of effective first-time manager training – more specifically the delivery methods deemed most effective by learning leaders. The second study focuses on training for […]

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