Learning and the Innovating Organization: August 2014 HCM Webinar (recording)



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  • August 29, 2014
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Innovating organizations do not have more effective processes or more creative individuals. Instead, they have leaders, managers, and individual contributors who are trained to innovate systematically. Learning and development has a critical role to play in creating innovative workers and organizations.

In this webinar recording, you will learn about these research findings from Claude Legrand, managing partner of Ideaction, Inc., and the Association for Talent Development (formerly ASTD). Legrand presents the results of an extensive survey of the Learning and Development (L&D) community, revealing what organizations need to do to become more innovative. He provides a primer on how to create successful innovation programs, suggests options you can consider to help your organization become more innovative, and shares real-world case studies and best practices.

In this webinar recording, you learn:

  • how organizations measure key drivers of innovation;
  • which innovation programs business partners request;
  • which innovation programs organizations offer; and
  • how the study results apply to real-world work and best practices.

Click here to view the slides from the presentation.

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