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Turning learners into leaders

To some, disruption is a scary word. But to many, it’s a pathway to a better outcome. Did Amazon and Uber scare people when the companies started? Possibly. But the concept for these companies was based on forward-thinking ideas and both companies have changed the way their respective industries work. In my recent blog post […]

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Making Promotions Work — Fast

Promoting someone is almost always a positive event for an organization. A person’s past accomplishments are recognized and a new opportunity is created for the person and the organization. It’s very exciting and energizing when someone gets a promotion. But newly promoted people often struggle with significant changes to their role and work. Many of […]


Disruptive Technology for Leading, Learning and Organizational Transformation…Speed, Speed and More Speed

We live in a Twitterized world. Everything is in 140 characters…or now its 280 characters. The fast-paced, “what have you done for me lately” world has made it even more challenging for companies and their employees to be successful. Most leadership initiatives and change programs take days, weeks and sometimes years to complete and, honestly, […]

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Cerebyte’s Sofia program helps speed leadership transformation

In an earlier post, I referred to a situation where a technical leader used our Cerebyte Sofia online learning platform to develop a best practice in just 1.5 hours. The situation that prompted this initiative is a real and common problem in a lot of organizations. Specifically, this organization recognized that the standard practice of […]


The science of human and organizational change

A recent article in the Wall Street Journal caught my eye. The article, “Why Digital Transformations Are Hard,” is based on an interview with Bernard Tyson, Chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente, and Jeanne Ross from MIT. The article describes Kaiser’s efforts to digitize the company. The first question – “What was your biggest challenge?” […]


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Changing Commitment to People Development

Recently, I read two articles in the Wall Street Journal that presented an interesting picture of labor markets and organizations’ commitment to developing their people. The first article, “The End of Employees,” describes how many companies are shifting their work to “temporaries, contractors and vendors (TVC).” As the article states, this trend is “radically altering […]


E-learning for the modern workplace

I stumbled on an article on e-learning that really articulated how e-learning can be effective in the workplace today. In “Workplace E-learning That Sticks,” Stephen Meyer, CEO of the Rapid Learning Institute, points out the ugly truth of a majority of e-learning: “Almost no one watches it.” Meyer writes that studies show two-thirds of users […]


Paying attention to E-learning

By William Seidman  Elliot Masie, a speaker focused on learning and workforce performance, posed a question on his website: “Can workers really e-Learn at their desks?” In one sense, it is a silly question because the answer is: Of course they can! The more important questions to ask are: Do they learn at all? Do […]