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HR ExaminerHR Needs a New Learning Leader

Learning leaders need to shift from creating and delivering training content to enabling learning networks, in order to address the changing needs of learners. Randy Emelo discusses five steps to take to make this happen.

Published in HR Examiner, June 2013

New Career PathsHelp Employees Explore New Career Paths

Randy Emelo discusses how collaborative learning can help people explore new career paths, particularly at a time when fewer companies have set career paths in place for employees.

Published in Talent Management, June 2013

HR ProfessionalFitting It All In: Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing Across the Organization

Randy Emelo discusses the role and responsibility of HR in enterprise-wide knowledge sharing and collaboration initiatives.

Published in HR Professional, May/June 2013

Agile LeadersAgile Leaders: Born or Bred?

Deanna Hartley writes that leaders who can thrive in any business environment share one important trait: agility. Randy Emelo of Triple Creek weighs in on this topic.

Published in Chief Learning Officer, May 2013

Inside Learning TechnologiesThe ROI of Modern Mentoring and Knowledge Sharing

Randy Emelo explains how to maximize your top knowledge sources to benefit the entire workforce, and impact the bottom line.

Published in Inside Learning Technologies, April 2013

Contact Center PipelineIt's Time for Collaboration in the Center

Susan Hash discusses how social networking is changing the way employees learn, share and work, and the impact this can have on today's call centers.

Published in Contact Center Pipeline, April 2013

Argyle JournalStrategic Value of a Global Knowledge Sharing Culture

On March 7th, Randy Emelo addressed a session of the Argyle Executive Forum 2013 human capital leadership forum in San Francisco.  Read more about his presentation on the changing role of human resources professionals in an increasingly global business environment.

Published in Argyle Journal, April 2013

Click to ReadWho's Sharing Knowledge in Your Organization?

Measuring who has information to share via social learning, collaborative learning and mentoring programs -- and where it goes -- can help identify skills gaps and better direct learning investments for your company. This article by Randy Emelo examines the areas to measure for the greatest impact.

Published in Talent Management, April 2013

thumb-large-blogThe Changed Role of L&D: Evolve Now or Become Extinct

Learning and Development has evolved. As a result, the L&D professional's role has changed, and these individuals should leverage learning technologies to help adapt to new and changing industry skills to avoid becoming extinct.

Published in the Learning and Development Blog by ASTD, March 2013

21st Century Mentoring21st Century Mentoring

No longer just about one-to-one relationships between senior leaders and potential successors, today’s mentoring is focused on removing the barriers between people and engaging them in rich learning and teaching opportunities in a broad, networked manner so that knowledge can flow to the point of need.

Published in 2013 Workplace Trends from Sodexo

Read MoreConnect to Collaborate

Collaboration and knowledge sharing across functions and locations promotes innovation, solves problems in real time, and facilitates development.

Published in Diversity Executive, January/February 2013

Click to readEngage Passive Learners

Getting people to engage with their learning environment in a deep and personal way is critical in order to help passive learners become more active. This article from Randy Emelo looks at how companies can achieve this throughout the enterprise.

Published in Chief Learning Officer, January 2013

Read MoreHarness Personal Connections for Purposeful Development

A committed group of advisors and learners in a knowledge sharing network can help you make the most of your connections and development efforts.

Published in Chief Learning Officer, November 2012

Read MoreEnterprise Mentoring, Meet HR

Mentoring is a business and professional imperative. Author Randy Emelo shares how talent managers can make mentoring a critical part of organizational and strategic goals by integrating it with HR.

Published in Talent Management, October 2012

Read MoreMentoring: Bridging the Competency Divide

Traditional learning interventions may not move fast enough to close skill gaps.  Author Randy Emelo offers five different types of mentoring that can help employees compete in today's fast-moving business environment.

Published in Chief Learning Officer, September 2012

Read MoreWho Should Choose What Employees Learn?

Is it up to the individual employee or the organization to decide what people should learn?  Randy Emelo argues that learning leaders’ primary role is no longer to decide what learning employees receive; it’s to enable knowledge sharing across the enterprise.

Published in Chief Learning Officer, August 2012

Read MoreInformal Learning: Accidental vs. Intentional

Social or informal learning is effective, but has limits. Author Randy Emelo discusses how mentoring can lead to more intentional learning.

Published in Chief Learning Officer, June 2012

Read MoreDifferent Is Better

Author Deanna Hartley writes about why it is a good thing to engage in mentoring with people who are dissimilar.

Published in Diversity Executive, May/June 2012

Read MoreMentoring in the Networked Workplace

Virtual mentoring relationships require trust.  Author Randy Emelo offers suggestions on what qualities to encourage in the workplace and how to help people build trust in the time of remoteness.

Published in Talent Management, April 2012

Read MoreFor True Knowledge Sharing, Get Out of Your Shell

Promoting inclusion of many perspectives and experiences into informal learning networks can result in new ideas and process solutions, says author Randy Emelo. Learn what Sodexo and McDonald's have accomplished in this area, as well as some common myths about effective knowledge sharing networks.

Published in Diversity Executive, March/April 2012


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