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TD is ATD's award-winning monthly magazine that covers industry best practices, emerging technologies, and trends. It is available to ATD members as part of their dues, and by subscription as well as single-copy sales.

In addition to the printed magazine, TD is available to download on your mobile device via the ATD Publications app or view on your desktop browser.

In this issue


Cover Story

The Best of Three Worlds

Based on her experience in the corporate, government, and nonprofit worlds, Kathy Calvin leads the UN Foundation to do work that matters while being efficient and accountable for results.

At C Level

Reaching Across Sectors to Get the Right Talent Mix

The nonprofit UN Foundation is using improved recruitment and onboarding strategies to attract private-sector candidates.

 

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Articles

Editor's Note

Try Something New in the New Year

Along with At C Level articles spotlighting the UN Foundation, this issue examines game design and how to apply a layered approach to learning and development.

Feature

Game Time

Design and develop a learning game using these nine steps.

Feature

Learning in Layers

Apply a layered approach to employee learning and development.

Feature

A Patient-Centered Culture Begins With a Focus on Healthcare Workers

Best-in-class hospitals apply a talent management strategy with both employees and patients in mind.

Feature

Elevating the Employee Experience

Attrition challenges led EY to re-evaluate its employee engagement and career-planning strategies.

Web Exclusives

What To Consider When Selecting an E-Learning Delivery Platform

A guide to helping you narrow your selections and choose what's best for your needs.

 

Lipscomb University Has Stepped up its Effort to Prepare Students for the World of Work

Its initiatives validate and teach organizational competencies to bridge the gap between school and work.

Intelligence

Working in a (Self-Styled) Prison

Workplace prisoners are those who are disengaged yet have no plans to quit.

 

Also:

Building a Microlibrary

Cool Tool: Zoom

Post-Recession Salaries Are Slow to Recover for Some Nations

Word Wiz: Courageous Networking

Humanity in the Workplace

Practice What We Preach

Keeping Interviews Weird

IT From the Outside

Long View

Peter Cappelli

Peter Cappelli is the director of Wharton's Center for Human Resources and the George W. Taylor professor of management at Wharton, University of Pennsylvania. His recent research focus has revolved around employment relations in the United States and their implications.

Trends

Get on Board With Onboarding

Companies often don't pay much attention to the usefulness of their onboarding programs—but they should.

Development

Rewrapping the "Women's Issue" of Work-Life Balance

Develop a holistic approach to allow for an inclusive solution.

Fundamentals

Using Mobile Technology to Support Talent Development

Mobile apps are making their way into learning and development solutions. Here's how you can put them to work to boost engagement.

Solutions

Advancing Talent Development as a Strategy for Growth

Rather than rely on cutbacks to see them through a post-crash environment, First United Bank & Trust invested in its employees.

Learning Blueprint

R.A.C.E. to the Training Finish Line

When designing a training program, engage with learners throughout the entire learning process.

Research

Too Much to Do, Not Enough (Skilled) People to Do It

There is a lack of skilled workers globally.

Upward Bound

Making People Decisions

At various large companies during the past decade, Madan Nagaldinne has seen HR get a seat at the table and achieve results.

Workplace Rx

Team Building for Virtual Teams

A virtual team retreat replaces the traditional, expensive, and time-consuming face-to-face retreat.

Books

Reorganizations Made Easier

ReOrg: How to Get It Right by Stephen Heidari-Robinson and Suzanne Heywood

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