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Teaching Excellence in Next Generation Learning Spaces

Posted by: Dr Cathy Hall-Van Den Elsen, Manager, Academic Development Group, College of Business
& Thembi Mason, Senior Advisor, Learning and Teaching, College of Design and Social Context, RMIT University. 365 more words


How Organizational Change has Impacted the Training Industry, by: Scot Cafferty

Many of us have lived through change in our organizations throughout our careers. The impact of that becomes obvious in many ways; yet have we taken the time as learning practitioners to view this from our client’s perspective? 509 more words


Transforming into a High Performance Team, by: Phil Ventresca, M.B.A.

Last week, I was part of a realization that our core team had here at AMS.  The transformation from a really good team, to a high performance team is one that is recognized by the emotion and the culture, before the results.  205 more words


What's Right About Being Wrong, by: Frank Ferrante

Two recent coaching surveys* reveal similar trends – more senior managers want coaching and more of them want the coaching to focus on how to deal with conflict. 567 more words


Lost in Collaboration

There are those who state that we, as human beings, instinctively work together, that we collaborate.  While a part of me would like to believe this I am unsure that it is true.   459 more words

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The Reason a Business Developer's Opinion Matters, by: Scot Cafferty

The role of business development (BD) in a firm like AMS can be daunting.  With over two decades of industry leadership and numerous satisfied global clients, how can the BD role live up to the expectation of “ 240 more words