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Disruption in Online Learning and Everything Else

Clayton Christensen explains why disruption in online learning is a reality now. He talks about MOOCs, on-the-job learning, threats facing universities and organizations (specifically, he wants all of us to pray for Harvard Business School and Apple :)), internationalization 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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The Revenge of the Cubicle

When Pixar decided to build a new office, their original plan was to build an office modeled after other Hollywood studios. Essentially, separate buildings housing different teams (if you have been to The Universal Studios, you will know what am

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Social Learning in Enterprises – A Catalyst for Innovation?

There was an interesting article in The Wired magazine recently on the idea of “clusters of innovation”. Quoting from the article, “Several years ago, statistician David Banks wrote a short paper on what he called the problem of excess genius:

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Is your Training Department paying attention to Knowledge Management & Retention Strategies?

Dr. Jay Liebowitz, author of Knowledge Retention – Strategies & Solutions, gave a very interesting speech at the Space Telescope Science Institute recently. Here are some key snapshots from his lecture that training departments should pay attention to. Knowledge cannot

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