Learn.Com Produces a New Monthly Podcast Series

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<p><strong>Sunrise, Fla. &mdash; Sept. 20 </strong><br />Learn.com, a provider of on-demand workforce development and productivity, has announced that it has developed and launched a podcast series as a resource for human resource and training executives.  </p><p>The monthly podcast features workforce development and productivity trends, hotly debated industry topics and more.  </p><p>Hosted by Don Cook, senior vice president of marketing, and Michael Sabbag, director of talent management services, this series promises to provide the industry with thought leadership and innovative dialogue.<br /><br />&ldquo;Our monthly podcast series is designed to provide our listeners with actionable intelligence on significant learning and talent management topics that can have an immediate impact on their organizations,” Cook said. “Each month, we will discuss industry trends, successful strategies, best practices, new and innovative technologies and more. </p><p>”You will leave each podcast with fresh ideas that can be applied to advance innovative learning and employee development within any organization.&rdquo; </p><p>Sabbag agreed. </p><p>”The first workforce innovations podcast features a look into the efficiencies of the balanced score card,” he said. “After 20 years in the HR, training and the talent management industries and having worked with over one hundred organizations, I have found that the execution of strategy is the single biggest differentiator between organizations. </p><p>”The balanced score card helps organizations become more proficient at executing strategy and aligning individual performance with the desired outcomes of the organization. Simply put, those that execute strategy will succeed and those that don&rsquo;t will lag or perish.”</p>

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