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Attitudes at Work – LinkedIn New Norms @Work Survey

LinkedIn had conducted a survey early this year among 15000 professionals among 19 countries. Key results from the survey, called the New Norms @Work study are captured in these graphics. Interesting findings indeed. One thing that is very clear is

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Posted in Gen X, Trends

LinkedIn and Lynda.com – What’s Next?

This week’s biggest news in the eLearning industry is the acquisition of Lynda.com by LinkedIn for $1.5 Billion. This development gives me a sense of deja vu all over again 🙂 Remember what happened in the talent management and enterprise

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Posted in eLearning, Talent Management

Talent Management Strategies For 2014 and Beyond

I read an article titled “The New Employer-Employee Compact” that appeared in HBR earlier this year. This article was penned by Reid Hoffman, Ben Casnocha, and Chris Yeh and talks about how companies should change their talent strategies in a

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Posted in Talent Management

The Current State of Enterprise Gamification

I attended the first day of Engage 2012, a conference organized by Badgeville. It appeared like a coming-out party for Badgeville in its quest to take a leadership position in the enterprise gamification market. According to Gartner, by 2015, more

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Posted in Game based Learning

Enterprise Social Learning – You ain’t seen nothin’ yet!

David Kirkpatrick, the author of The Facebook Effect has written a superb article titled “The Social Power and the coming corporate revolution”. This article was published in the September 2011 issue of Forbes and I have used snippets from the article

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Posted in LMS, Social Learning

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