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When you examine workplace learning, there is no clear-cut definition on what that means or how to implement it, but one thing is for sure: in today's highly competitive business environment, employee safety, engagement, skills development, and knowledge transfer all play a critical role in the success of workplaces and organizations.

As we see in the articles in this forum, it is not just the responsibility of learning and human resources professionals to manage employee development. Leaders—including managers and supervisors—are playing a more vital role in the engagement, skills training, and day-to-day development of their employees. Managing department knowledge and their employees' competencies are becoming critical skills for executives and middle managers.


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  • Paula Ketter is editor of TD magazine, The Public Manager, and CTDO.


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