Learner retention is perhaps the most important metric to measure the success of L&D initiatives. However, as we've covered in this blog before, the vast majority -- often as high as 90 percent -- of new skills are lost within a year if not reinforced by practical follow-ups or assessments.
The Association for Talent Development (ATD)'s publication, TD magazine, recently celebrated its 70th birthday.
Getting employees to embrace training can be as fun as herding cats.
Adult learners often ask, 'Why do I have to do this?' or more likely, 'What's in it for me?'
How You Can Thrive When Dealing with an Uncertain Market
The news last month that the parent company of the University of Phoenix (UoP) was sold for $1.1 billion to buyout fund Apollo Global Management is no surprise: online universities have not provided the bottom-line results they've promised...