Study Reports 12% Increase in Training Spending by US Companies Last Year, But Can Companies Keep Up the Pace?

A new study released last week shows an increase in spending on training in 2012 by US companies.  The study, by Bersin by Deloitte, reported that learning and development spending rose 12 percent on average last year. According a press release by Bersin, the research is based on a study of more than 300 training

How to Develop Organizational Development Training Strategies – 3 Tips for Getting Started

Organizational development training strategies are a chore to design and implement. Nobody in any industry or corporate culture would begin to try to debate otherwise. With so many things to consider, the worst of which being human element, it’s a logistical headache, and one of the greatest trials of leadership in general.

Training and Organizational Development – what is a leader’s most important skill?

Training and organizational development strategies are varied and vast, depending on company, individuals, and the subject at hand. However, no matter the strategy, the company or the people, there is one constant factor to consider. You, as a leader, have the greatest responsibility, the greatest burden, and the greatest role in the entire waltz that

Welcome to the Training Station!

The Training Station is a new blog devoted to news, analysis and opinion about various issues related to workplace training and learning.  Like many in our day, the world of organizational learning and development is rapidly changing in the Internet Age and the evolution of business practices.  Let’s close the gap between training professionals and those