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T+D is a leading training and development magazine offering information about the latest trends and proven best practices. Published monthly, T+D includes case studies, reports on new technology, and articles on pivotal issues in the field.

Articles from Vol. 56, No. 1, January

Ace Coaching Alliances: A Head Coach and an Organizational Sponsor Make Up the Ultimate Coaching Team. (Coaching)
As James Anderson and Sharon McDade chatted while waiting for their conference call to begin, they realized how far their organization had come during the preceding six months. When they began talking about instituting a coaching initiative within...
Business-Speak
At a recent companywide meeting, the vice president of XYZ Training Corporation arrived to deliver a message designed to inspire employees about the new approach the company was taking. Hundreds of staff readied themselves. With the new line of products...
D Is for Development: The ABCs of the Big D. (Your Career)
Let me paint a picture. Your company feels it needs to develop bench strength and increase the retention of top talent. So, it creates an objective for managers to develop their staff. You learn about it in a meeting in which senior management presents...
E - Course Reviews
Considering the widespread interest in time management, the state of online time-management training is surprisingly weak. Even the best courses have weaknesses, and many courses from leading publishers are mediocre. Some publishers offer concrete...
Individual-Based Teamwork. Teamwork Isn't Just a Group Process. This Time, It's Personal
That example shows how, contrary to traditional belief, teamwork isn't just a group process. It's also a personal responsibility and skill, especially in this new and flatter work world of teams, partnerships, and collaboration. Nowadays, all work...
Innovation DNA: A Good Idea Isn't Enough. It Has to Create Value. (Innovation)
OLD Idea Verse, Lucent Technologies's award-inning creativity enter, was state-of-the-art in 1996. Highly praised internally and in the media, the center stimulated "ideation" and offered a wide range of training in creative problem solving and other...
Kaizen: KaZam! Kaizen Rises Again: The Magical, Practical Power of Small Improvements. (Passport)
At one time, Japanese businesspeople came to America, took photos of U.S. offices, and returned home to create office spaces identical to the ones they'd photographed. During my visit to the Japan Management Association's office in Tokyo, I was told...
Partnership Dos and Don'ts. (Supplier Savvy)
Like couples who focus more on the wedding than the marriage, business partners often come together ceremoniously and then watch the relationship fizzle. When that's the case, the partnership doesn't satisfy customers, hurts everyone involved, and...
Reclaim Your Domain. (@Work)
Not so long ago, companies went to court or paid through the nose to boot cyber squatters from desirable, easy-to-remember domain names. In fact, pickins were so slim that if you could think of it, somebody had already claimed it. Eventually, the U.S....
Retention in Tough Times: Here's What 25 Global Talent Leaders Say about Keeping Good People-Especially Now. (Retention)
Never before have organizations paid more attention to talent--in the United States and worldwide. Keeping it. Stealing it. Developing it. Engaging it. Talent is no longer just a numbers game; it's about survival. It's about winning market share, investors,...
The Essential Skill: Rule the Room with Flipchart Finesse. (Training 101)
Group facilitators possess subtle and difficult skills to master. They control pacing and participation; bring teams to consensus; draw out issues and ideas; apply tools and techniques that stimulate dialogue and understanding; develop rapport while...
Think of the Economic Turndown as a Pit Stop; the Race Will Still Run. (Trend Watch)
Imagine you're a driver in a NASCAR race. Your organization is the car. You're whipping around the track trying to keep your speed and position. You know you need gas and new tires, but you don't want to make a pit stop. What you're really hoping is...
Training and Development Online
Community Whether it's a new employee or one nearing retirement, dealing with under-performing workers can drive a manager to her wit's end. Here's what our Performance and Improvement Community had to say on the subject. Managers often presume...
Training in a Downturn. (News You Can Use)
If you're still reeling from the effects of 2001, you're not the only one. The slowing economy and the events and aftershocks of September 11 have made it a tough end of year. What will happen in 2002? Will we defeat terrorism? Will the economy rebound?...
Which Market Is Suffering Most? (E-Finance)
Overall corporate IT spending in 2001 is expected to decline more than 12 precent from 2000 estimates, according to Cahners In-Stat. Considering the deterioration of the market since March 2000, that data shouldn't be a surprise to training and software...
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