Month: November 2020

Training magazine Announces 2021 Training Top 100 Winners

Rankings will be revealed at the Training Top 100 Virtual Gala February 8, 2021. Article Author:  Lorri Freifeld FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Lorri Freifeld, Editor-in-Chief, Training magazine lorri@trainingmag.com   Minneapolis, MN (November 30, 2020)—Training magazine, the leading business publication for Learning and Development (L&D) professionals, today announced the winners of the newly rebranded Training Top …

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An Inside Look at Process-Oriented Organizational Work

Excerpt from “Process-Oriented Facilitation Manual” by Gary Reiss. Article Author:  Gary Reiss Organizational life—whether corporate, nonprofit, community based, schools, hospitals, or athletic teams—is full of richness and incredible challenge. Whatever the specific goals are, all organizations want to be successful. Success might be measured in many different ways, including how much money we make, how …

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Learning Measurement Must Focus on Outcomes

Learning measurement must begin before the program is ever developed. Start with organizational goals and determine what individual behaviors and performance will help achieve those goals. Article Author:  David Wentworth, Principal Learning Analyst, Brandon Hall Group Measuring learning’s effectiveness has always been a challenge for organizations, and adding new learning experiences can complicate it further. …

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Reforming VET sector funding? Dual-sector institutions have their say

Vice-Chancellors of Australia’s six dual sector institutions offer “suggestions for a more coherent tertiary education system” and suggest some policy settings that might help that. It was prepared in response to the interim report by the Productivity Commission on the National Agreement for Skills and Workforce Development. What do they suggest? First, the Vice-Chancellors’ paper …

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