Here’s an interesting article in the Washington Post about why brain storming doesn’t work.
Evidence has long shown that getting a group of people to think individually about solutions, and then combining their ideas, can be more productive than getting them to think as a group. […]Continue Reading →
This is fascinating tale of how the preservation of legacy technology enabled someone to commit a huge crime by creating systems that didn’t disrupt the status quo.
But it’s more […]Continue Reading →
TORONTO – The Canadian Society for Training and Development (CSTD) today announced the winners of the 2006 Canadian Awards for Training Excellence.
The annual awards recognize exemplary Canadian workplace learning and performance programs in a number of different categories.
This year´s winners – announced during this morning´s kick-off of CSTD´s Second Annual Learn […]Continue Reading →
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