To produce employees who are constantly retooling to meet job challenges, organizations need a new learning system driven by intentional learning connections. This article by Randy Emelo explains how to accomplish this.
Published in Chief Learning Officer, December 2011
For companies looking to build their next generation of leaders, they need to adjust their development programs to support relational learning that values creativity, collaboration, and self-directed, personal development. This article by Randy Emelo looks at how some organizations are already doing this.
Published in Talent Management, December 2011
Sometimes a simple conversation can unearth targeted development options that may not come to light through observation alone. This article by Randy Emelo guides readers through a 4-step dialogue process and offers an example of how the process can be used in a real-life situation.
Published in Talent Management, September 2011
Author Samuel Greengard spotlights the FDA's use of River (formerly Open Mentoring) and the value they've gained from enterprise mentoring and social learning.
Published in Baseline, September 2011
David Carr of InformationWeek spotlights River's (formerly Triple Creek's) structured social learning and mentoring software, showcasing why mentoring is the new social app.
Published in InformationWeek, July 2011
This article by Randy Emelo looks at how Millennials are changing the practice of mentoring today.
Published in Business Insider, July 2011
Blogger Jessica Stillman takes a hard look at Randy Emelo's assertions for what Millennials want in mentoring...and concludes that his assessments are spot-on.
Published on Mindflash.com, July 2011
This GigaOM article looks at what led two companies to choose the knowledge management tools they did. URS Corporation is highlighted and discusses why they chose River (formerly Open Mentoring by Triple Creek) for their knowledge sharing needs.
Published in GigaOM/Web Worker Daily, June 2011
The June 2011 T+D cover story by Randy Emelo features candid conversations with mentoring leaders at three top companies: Agilent Technologies, Yum! Brands, and McDonald's. Each discusses the importance of mentoring for their organization, the impact of mentoring, and much more.
Published in T+D, June 2011
Part 2 of a 2-part series, Randy Emelo discusses best practices for group mentoring based on research conducted by River (formerly Triple Creek).
Published in INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL TRAINING, June 2011
This article by Randy Emelo explores what mentoring would look like if Millennials ran the program...and how we'd all be better off for it.
Published in Chief Learning Officer, May 2011
Part 1 of a 2-part series, this article by Randy Emelo looks at group mentoring research conducted by River (formerly Triple Creek) and examines the practice of group mentoring as a form of large-scale collaborative learning.
Published in INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL TRAINING, April 2011
This article by Randy Emelo shows how global mentoring programs break down barriers to create a sense of community and help people connect around the world to build vital learning networks.
Published in Diversity Executive, March 2011
This article review examines how learning can be engaging and sociable, with interaction between advisors and learners as the key. Three articles are used for the basis of this review, including "Increasing Productivity with Social Learning" by Randy Emelo.
Published in Strategic Direction, March 2011
Mentoring looks very different today that it did 10 years ago. Author Randy Emelo describes five major shifts that have occurred that are paving the way for a new mentoring mindset.
Published in T+D, January 2011