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Chief Talent Development Officers: Driving Strategy and Performance

By  ATD Research

More and more, companies are recognizing the business impact that learning has on organizations. As a result, the talent development leadership role is experiencing unprecedented expansion in scope and responsibilities. While it goes by many names—chief talent development officer and chief learning officer are among the most popular—the learning leadership role demands strong and varied skills from professionals who have the courage and vision to fully own and define the position.

To show current and aspiring talent development leaders the changes and growth occurring in the role—and what those shifts might mean for them—the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) collaborated on new research based on the experiences of learning leaders worldwide.

ATD and i4cp found that most organizations (79 percent) have a designated talent development leader or leaders. The talent development leader’s role is expanding in nearly 90 percent of organizations.


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ATD Research
ATD Research tracks trends, informs decisions, and connects research to performance. By providing comprehensive data and insightful analysis, ATD Research Reports help business leaders and workplace learning and performance professionals understand and more effectively respond to today's fast-paced workplace learning and development industry. Our research reports offer an empirical foundation for today's data-driven decision-makers, containing both quantitative and qualitative analysis about organizational learning, human capital management, training, and performance.

Book Details

ISBN: 9781562864385

Pages: 48

Pub Date: April 2017

Formats: Paperback, PDF, Whitepaper

Product Code: 191702

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