New Trends in Enterprise Learning and Performance

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According to the U.S. government, an estimated 77 million workers will leave the workforce in the next few years, most of them members of the baby boomer generation. This looming challenge means we will lose 6 to 10 percent of our workforce by 2010 &mdash;and the incoming generation of workers will not be nearly large enough to replace them. As these baby boomers exit the workforce, they take with them years of expertise and knowledge, some of it impossible to replace. <br /><br />Economic conditions lend an extra level of urgency to the increased demand for results. The mortgage and credit-industry crises create additional pressures on companies. As a result, executives increasingly have to produce more with less. Fewer employees will be used to perform the same number of tasks &mdash; or in some cases, more tasks. This shift makes learning and performance tracking all the more important to ensure the workforce is operating optimally and efficiently.<br /><br />Recently, <em>Chief Learning Officer</em> magazine published a white paper &mdash; &ldquo;The Convergence of Learning and Performance&rdquo; &mdash; explaining how and why learning leaders are using the convergence of learning and performance to combat talent challenges and elevate learning tactics into a business performance strategy. This white paper also includes a case study detailing how Adecco North America used it&rsquo;s LMS to achieve business results. <br />

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