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Why Corporate Culture Should be a Key Part of your Talent Management Strategy?

When we think of corporate culture you will probably think this is something that gets prime place in the company’s website along with the company’s vision, mission, values etc, all tucked away somewhere in the “About Us” section.┬áIf scratching your

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Supermen & Superwomen of the Training Department

The training department is always under siege. In good times, there is a huge workload. In bad times, there is a huge workload! The training department is also possibly the most under rated department in a typical enterprise (This is

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Leadership Challenges at Johnson & Johnson

This week I am reproducing an interview with Alex Gorsky, Chairman & CEO of Johnson & Johnson. This interview was organized by Knowledge@Wharton, one of my favorite sources for thought provoking discussions. Lot of important lessons to learn! Srinivas Krishnaswamy

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Identifying Obstacles for Enterprise Learning

I recently read a study by Human Capital Media AdvisoryGroup on the role of Enterprise Learning in fostering Organizational Agility. This study was sponsored by Saba and you can download the report here. What drew my attention was the reasons

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Four Traits of a Successful CLO

Chief Learning Officers (CLOs) play an important role in sharpening the competitive edge of enterprises. Most large organizations have a well-defined CLO organization and even in cases where is there is no official L&D organization, there is indeed a combination

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6 Talent Management Challenges to Watch Out For

I had an opportunity to read a copy of Bersin’s Predictions for 2013. The document provides a good insight into the key challenges that are shaping HR and Learning & Development functions in the enterprise. According to Bersin, all of

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Employee Engagement in Retail Chains

If you tired of hearing “Thank you for shopping at …..”, “Welcome to ……”, and other inane greetings from sulking, lifeless, store employees, get used to it. There is an industry wide plague that has pushed retail chains to the

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