Helpful Articles: Training, Learning, Development and Project Management

Training budget and talent management

ADP Boost: Training Budget Is Key to Talent Management

I occasionally write for ADP and Cintas. Here are three articles wrote that I think are worthwhile.

“Approximately one-third of organizations don’t have a training budget, according to SHRM, and as reported by the ADP Research Institute® report (ADP RI), Fixing the Talent Management Disconnect: Employer Perception Versus Employee Reality. Although some of this is because of oversight, organizations don’t see the ROI for training and thus don’t allocate funds to it. The key to creating a win-win situation for an employer and its employee…” Click on the link below to finish reading this excerpted article in its entirety.

Why a Training Budget Is Key to Talent Management

 

Technology in the Workplace

ADP’s Learning and Development to Support Technology in the Workplace

“Ongoing tenure now means that employees must continually adapt to new and different roles. Skillfully navigating increased automation and other shifts in technology in the workplace may extend careers. In fact, according to the ADP Research Institute® report, The Evolution of Work: The Changing Nature of the Global Workplace, 61 percent of employees believe that a standard retirement age will eventually cease to exist.” Click on the link below to read the article from which this paragraph is excerpted.

Learning and Development to Support Technology in the Workplace

a Gantt Chart as a Project Management Tool

Cintas article: 4 Reasons to Use a Gantt Chart as a Project Management Tool

“A Gantt chart helps you manage large, complex projects that involve people, time, resources and money. See how it facilitates communication and more.” Click on the link below to read the article in its entirety.

4 Reasons to Use a Gantt Chart as a Project Management Tool