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Onboard, Engage, and Develop

The Association for Talent Development asked 724 talent development professionals about their organization’s onboarding, development, and engagement programs. Onboard, Engage, and Develop details talent development’s role in those programs, program expectations, and the effectiveness of each program area. The study also discusses how onboarding, development, and engagement programs are evaluated.

Member Price: $199.00
List Price: $499.00

Culture and Change Whitepaper (PDF Download)

ATD (the Association for Talent Development) and i4cp (the Institute for Corporate Productivity) partnered to explore the roles talent development functions play in influencing organizational culture—especially during times of change. The research found that top companies include their talent development functions in planning and executing both change and culture-related initiatives. Many talent development leaders help define culture, most often taking a collaborative approach that teams them with senior leaders in business functions across the enterprise. In times of change, talent development also takes on responsibility for internal communication about culture issues.

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Culture and Change

ATD (the Association for Talent Development) and i4cp (the Institute for Corporate Productivity) partnered to explore the roles talent development functions play in influencing organizational culture—especially during times of change. The research found that top companies include their talent development functions in planning and executing both change and culture-related initiatives. Many talent development leaders help define culture, most often taking a collaborative approach that teams them with senior leaders in business functions across the enterprise. In times of change, talent development also takes on responsibility for internal communication about culture issues.

Member Price: $199.00
List Price: $499.00

Comcast: A Customer-First Approach to Learning

"A consistent learner experience drives a consistent customer experience, and that’s what the cable TV business is all about,” says Martha Soehren, Comcast University’s top executive, who oversees the training and development of Comcast Cable’s 91,000 employees. This in-depth case study—Comcast: A Customer-First Approach to Learning—explores how Comcast revamped its leadership development program, encouraged social learning, and measured the impact of learning programs, all with an eye on ultimately improving the customer experience.

Member Price: $20.00
List Price: $25.00

Chief Talent Development Officers

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. 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 and the Institute for Corporate Productivity collaborated on new research based on the experiences of learning leaders worldwide.

Member Price: $199.00
List Price: $499.00

Microlearning

Microlearning is a hot topic in talent development; however, while many agree that microlearning is delivered in bite-sized chunks, further details vary. To bring some clarity to this topic, the Association for Talent Development (ATD) surveyed 596 talent development professionals, finding that 38 percent currently use microlearning and another 41 percent plan to start within the next year. Microlearning: Delivering Bite-Sized Knowledge investigates the primary delivery methods organizations use for microlearning, as well as the effectiveness and top barriers of microlearning activities.

Member Price: $199.00
List Price: $499.00

Deloitte: Where Learning, Culture, and Engagement Meet

Deloitte University (DU) has become the cultural, learning, and engagement hub of Deloitte. In fact, the sheer magnitude of its creation forced the organization to examine and refine every detail of its talent development strategy. Join ATD for an in-depth look at talent development at Deloitte. This full-length case study—Deloitte: Where Learning, Culture, and Engagement Meet—features interviews, photos, and detailed program descriptions to help you gain more insights into how learning is defined at Deloitte today.

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Social Learning: Developing Talent Through Connection, Contribution, and Collaboration

The Association for Talent Development (ATD) and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) partnered to research collaborative learning and the approaches that are driving success—producing results in learning and development while also raising the bar in organizational performance.

Member Price: $199.00
List Price: $499.00

Virtual Classrooms Now: Using Technology to Reach Today’s Workforces

Virtual classrooms are an effective and widely used learning delivery mechanism. The Association for Talent Development and the Institute for Corporate Productivity surveyed talent development leaders about their use of virtual classrooms with instructors and learners interacting in real time. Their new report Virtual Classrooms Now: Using Technology to Reach Today’s Workforces examines how organizations use virtual classrooms for employee learning.

Member Price: $199.00
List Price: $499.00

ATD Research: 2016 State of the Industry

Spending on learning programs continued to be a priority for organizations in 2015, according to the Association for Talent Development’s 2016 State of the Industry report, which is sponsored by The Training Associates and Bellevue University. A total of 310 organizations representing a diverse range of industries, sizes, and locations participated in this year’s benchmarking study. On average, organizations spent a healthy $1,252 per employee in 2015 on direct learning expenditure.

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