Monthly Archives: March 2009

Training in a Turbulent Economy

With 2009 promising to be another economic trial, organizations are again looking for ways to streamline staffs and cut budgets while adjusting to new levels of productivity and progress. In addition, whether we like it or not, training is sometimes … Continue reading

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Preparing For the Move to E-learning

During tough times, a learning organization may need to make a move into e learning – the cost is lower, the maintenance is less expensive, and the personnel requirement is lower, as well. If your organization is about to make … Continue reading

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Five Resolutions For the Learning Organization

It seems that we have the idea that New Year’s Resolutions should apply only to our personal issues, such as health, career, and family. As learning and development professionals, we can make five simple resolutions for 2009 and pave the … Continue reading

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Your Training Edge

Your Training Edge’s sole purpose is to provide you, the reader, with the latest in thinking, as it relates to corporate, leadership and hr training.  It is our desire is to solicite those who are currently working in the L&D … Continue reading

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