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Best Practices: Five ways learning managers can make a strategic contribution

White Paper Published By: Success Factors
Success Factors
Published:  Feb 06, 2014
Type:  White Paper
Length:  4 pages

The reality of business today means that organizations will have to grow the talent they need when they canít find it. Developing talent internally over the long term will be most of the solution. Youíll want some recommendations in your back pocket when your CEO turns to you for answers. Learning managers will be seen as the go-to resources when it comes to compensating for major skill gaps in talent. By socializing learning, mobilizing the technology, creating strategic stretch assignments, partnering with institutions, and speaking to the bottom line, HR can make learning an integral solution to filling skill gaps in the organization.



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