the value of learning

sometimes someone else writes it precisely the way i would have like to write it myself. this is true in the case of today’s t+d blog entry, the value of learning, so i’ll just copy and paste:

According to the USA Today, the U.S. economy has taken over as the chief concern of Americans, overtaking the war in Iraq. And for that reason, the strategic value of workplace learning is growing in importance.

The slumping economy is forcing companies to find ways to get more out of their employees, and to do that, companies must place a high value on performance and learning. High-performing companies develop their own talent through training and skill development. What better way to show the true value of learning than to develop future leaders within your workforce, link learning to the company’s business strategy, and drive performance to a higher level.

So, do you have an effective performance management process in place? Does it prove valuable to C-level executives?

The economy is forcing companies to make changes quickly. Don’t wait until it’s too late to make your employees high-performing workers.

well said.


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