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ATD Links

Welcome to the home of ATD Links, our twice-monthly e-newsletter for association members. Each issue includes In Practice articles—pragmatic discussions of how members are applying learning and performance concepts in the field—plus updates on new ATD products and services, news about the association, and occasional interviews.  

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Barriers to Mobile Learning

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Lorrie Lykins

A new ASTD Research study, Mobile Learning: Delivering Content in a Connected World , looks at the current landscape of mobile learning in a world in which the ubiquity of mobile devices seems to have created a perfect environment for delivering learning solut... More »

Innovation: The New Leadership Competency

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As the economy becomes more globalized and commoditized, companies are embracing a new business model that places greater emphasis on innovation, creativity, and design to distinguish their products and services. More »

Morality Play

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Rick Lash

Moral leaders are good for business and society. There are three steps that companies can take to develop moral leadership among their own executives. More »

Revisiting the Peter Principle

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Sonya L. Clark

In the satirical book The Peter Principle: Why Things Always Go Wrong by Laurence J. Peter and Raymond Hull (1969), Peter coins a new phrase “The Peter Principle,” as his encompassing theory about incompetence in workplaces. Attempting to encapsulate the phe... More »

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