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  • People Before Strategy: A New Role for the CHROPeople Before Strategy: A New Role for the CHRO
    CEOs know that they depend on their company’s human resources to achieve success. Businesses don’t create value; people do. But if you peel back the layers at the vast majority of companies, you find CEOs who are distanced from and often dissatisfied with their chief human resources officers (CHROs) and the HR function in general. Research by McKinsey and the Conference Board consistently finds that CEOs worldwide see human capital as a top challenge, and they rank HR as only the eighth or ninth most important function in a company. That has to change.
  • Injecting Purpose Into the CLO RoleInjecting Purpose Into the CLO Role
    Chief learning officers are missing a key ingredient in their strategic toolkit: purpose.

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  • Workforce Capability Data Analytics: An Interview with Intel Chief Learning Strategist Kristi Conlon Workforce Capability Data Analytics: An Interview with Intel Chief Learning Strategist Kristi Conlon

    As Chief Learning Strategist at Intel, the world’s largest and highest valued semiconductor chip maker, Kristi Conlon is charged with driving the tech giant’s transformation using its talent capabilities

    In this video interview, Kristi explores how she is developing a fit-for-the-future L&D capability through technology and innovation

  • Reinventing Learning Solutions: An Interview with Bechtel CLO Lucy Dimwiddie Reinventing Learning Solutions: An Interview with Bechtel CLO Lucy Dimwiddie

    As Chief Learning Officer at Bechtel, an engineering, construction and procurement company that builds capital assets across the world, Dinwiddie has lead the creation of an award-winning training program that has made a truly positive impact on the business and its people.

    In this interview, Dinwiddie explores how her team is helping to innovate and transform the L&D role and function to become more strategic.