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Designing a Learning Ecosystem for the Modern Learner

June 18, 2019 | Karen Hebert-Maccaro

Discover how to segment your audiences to avoid a one size fits all approach to learning, when to buy versus build learning solutions and resources, why modality matters to the learner, how to measure impact and build an internal learning narrative, and explore ideas around what the future may hold for learning innovation.

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Hire Smarter: Innovate to Win

June 13, 2019 | Margie Lee-Johnson, Avis Beiden

The New World of Work is here. The way we source, hire and retain talent has fundamentally changed with advancements in technology. Leading companies are embracing new ways to expand their candidate pools and improve the candidate experience they ...

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The Future of Predictive Recruiting Metrics

June 13, 2019 | William Tincup

What to measure, when to measure and why measure. We think we have a universal agreement and understanding of these things. And we probably all agree that TA leaders should have their fingers on the pulse of said metrics. Umm, not so ...

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AI, Machine Learning and Talent Acquisition

June 13, 2019 | Sarah Brennan

Plenty of new technologies have impacted hiring in the past decade, but few will have as much impact as AI in the coming years. With record unemployment rates and a shifting workplace culture, talent has become a key area of focus for ...

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Internal Mobility for All

June 13, 2019 | Denise Novosel

Finding and hiring the right talent is particularly challenging in today’s hyper-competitive talent market. Most organizations look exclusively outward for solutions when very often they should be looking inward. It’s well known that ...

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