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Learning and Development: A Comprehensive Guide

Digital HR Tech

Learning and development (L&D) is one of the core areas of Human Resource Management. In this article, we will give you a comprehensive guide to learning and development. We answer what learning and development is, how to create learning and development strategies, how to evaluate L&D effectiveness, and we list the different jobs that make up the L&D field. Content What is learning and development? Analysis of training needs.

Leading Across the Divide: Organizational Culture and Context

Pinsight

But effective leadership doesn’t rest within the individual. The best leaders know that their leadership approach is as contextual as it is personal. They don’t just stop at asking themselves “What kind of leader am I?”. Interested in learning how to lead across other divides?

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Why ‘Behaviorally Smart’ Teams Work

HR Management

It never ceases to amaze how many organizations rely on groups of people (teams) to deliver significant outcomes for their businesses yet invest few resources in understanding the individuals who make up a team. Great team dynamics are the basis for success. When teams are built on knowledge of one another’s behaviors, communication style and environmental needs, winning is an inevitable outcome.

Creating an Impactful Culture - A View of NUMMI From the Inside

NCHRA

During my formative working life I was very fortunate to be able to work at the NUMMI plant for six years. For those not familiar with NUMMI, the joint-venture was born in an old General Motors Fremont, CA, plant. GM wanted to understand the effective Toyota Production System, and Toyota wanted to see how that system could work with U.S. I realized while I was working there that the experience was the equivalent of a second Master’s degree.

The Heartbeat of the Organization

Conversation Matters

Increasingly employees do not go into the office to get their work done – they are able to work quite effectively from a remote site. In this virtual world, when they do go to the office it is for something quite different. They go in order to meet with others to talk together about the planning and coordination issues their team or department is facing. In our virtual world there is no longer any need to come to the office to sit in front of a computer.

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