BY MICHAEL E. ECHOLS, PH.D.
Posted: June 6, 2011
Knowledge is changing at an accelerated rate. No matter how successful or unsuccessful formal education has been for employees entering the workforce, a successful organization must continue to invest in the skills and knowledge of its people. This article highlights the flaws in the current debate about the education challenge our country faces and identifies the three key issues organizations must decipher if they are to make the most of their employees' potential.
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Michael E. Echols, Ph.D.
Executive Vice President of Strategic Initiatives and the Human Capital Lab, Bellevue University
Research By Michael E. Echols, Ph.D.:
A Broken Record
From the Lab to Measurable Outcomes
The State of Learning
Resources on this topic:
Advancing Performance: Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® for Targeted Results
Identifying and Developing High Potential Employees
Employer Value from Investing in Call Center Workforce Education