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CO0506.qxd 4/18/06 10:30 AM Page 9 May 2006 table of contents 24 learning solutions James Harvey Understanding Goal Alignment Models Aligning the workforce with corporate goals is key to ensure company objectives are executed successfully. E n g a g i n g the workforce and following specific alignment practices can help CLOs get everyone on board. 28 environment Brian Summerfield The Baby Boomer Exodus: Educa ting Those Left Behind M o r e than 40 years after the first wave of baby boomers entered the U.S. w o r k f o r c e, t h o s e same workers are getting ready to leave it. L e a r n i n g leaders m u s t adopt smart strategies to ensure that remaining employees have the necessary knowledge. 38 productivity David Austin Business Drivers for Real-Time Learning A s business evolves, t h e next step may be a live operating environment that supports employees with the information they need right now. R e a l - t i m e learning h e l p s connect the know-how t o the how-to. 2428 web- only web-only content on O R I G I N A L FEATURE: Te n Strategies to Market Workforce Learning Gordon L. Johnson A s e-learning makes more gains in the 48 human capital e n t e r p r i s e, C L O s must be ready with well- c o n c e i v e d training rollouts and marketing John G. Higgins & Chris Draper p r o g r a m s to ensure the programs realize t h e i r full potential. Learning During Times of Growth O R I G I N A L FEATURE: G r o w t h can take place in many different ways, a n d CLOs need to be prepared to adapt to T h e Hidden ROI of Training: the organization's needs. H e r e ' s how learning executives at major companies have responded G r a n t s, C r e d i t s and Incentives t o various growth strategies for their companies. Peter Green What if you could cut your training i n v e s t m e n t s in half? More than half a bil- l i o n dollars are awarded to companies 54 tactics e v e r y year to help companies offset the c o s t of learning and development. F i n d James Sharpe out how your organization can take a d v a n t a g e of this resource. Tools for On-Demand Information O R I G I N A L FEATURE: M o d e r n technology helps ensure that information is available on demand, b u t how is T h e Flavor-of-the-Month Virus this expressed in your learning environment? CLOs understand that culture combines Brian G. Smith with technology to build on-demand learning. I n n o v a t i o n is important, b u t it's also crit- i c a l to ensure that projects come to f r u i t i o n . L e a r n i n g and development can h e l p ensure that new projects receive the a t t e n t i o n and follow-through they need.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Chief Learning Officer - May 2006

Editor's Note
Table of Contents
Letters to the Editor
Take Five
Selling Up, Selling Down
Guest Editorial
Learning Solutions
Robbins-Gioia University
Deloitte & Touche USA
CLO Profile
Washington Gas
Case Study
Human Capital
Health Care Service Corp.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida
Business Intelligence
In Conclusion
Advertiser's Index
Editorial Resources

Chief Learning Officer - May 2006