On November 5, 2020, during a CTDO Next working session, members heard new ATD research from Maria Ho, ATD's Associate Director and Head of Research about the impact of COVID on talent development. They also discussed the role of TD in culture, based on current disruptions and a new future of work.
On April 23, 2019, CTDO Next members learned about the LEADx tool Amanda, a virtual coach that combines behavioral science, AI, and expert content to democratize access to coaching resources in organizations.
During the February 2019 virtual meeting, CTDO Next members discussed the role and responsibility of talent development in an organization's adoption of technology.
Based on the ATD Research report by the same name, this presentation explores how organizations align their talent development and business strategies, comparing organizations that have high levels of alignment with those that don’t.
These presentation slides are a visual report of the Association for Talent Development’s 2020 State of the Industry.
On October 19, 2020, Dr. Ibram X. Kendi talked to CTDO Next members and guests about how to create anti-racist cultures in their organizations.
On October 8, 2020, during a CTDO Next working session, members discussed new considerations of the future of work and learning, and their implications for talent development.
Based on the ATD Research report by the same name, this presentation explores organizations’ current performance management practices and identifies activities associated with top-performing organizations.
On September 24, 2020, during a CTDO Next working session, members reviewed past topics, including the future of work and the disruption of talent development, and discussed new considerations.
On April 16, 2020, CTDO Next members discussed this question: Is the future workplace we were predicting already here, and if so, is it different?
On July 30, 2020, David Epstein shared lessons from cutting edge research on both unexpected opportunities and invisible pitfalls in times of crisis.
On June 15, 2020, during a CTDO Next working session, members consulted one of their own about how to create a framework to maximize virtual learning.
Based on the ATD Research report, 2019 Trends in Global Talent Development, these presentation slides examine how TD practices differ around the world.
Simulations and Scenarios: Realistic, Effective, and Engaging Learning Success examines how organizations use simulations and scenario-based learning in their talent development programs. Based on a survey of TD professionals, the report compares the practices of highly effective organizations with those of other organizations. TD professionals can use the information in this report to benchmark their organization’s practices against those of their peers, guiding how they incorporate technology-based simulations, nontechnology-based simulations, and...
Grow Your Organization’s Learning and Development IntelligenceThe State of the Industry report, sponsored by Allego and AllenComm, is ATD’s annual review of talent development trends, spending, and activities that can help benchmark your team’s work. Drawing upon ATD’s 2020 survey, which gathered information from 283 organizations across a diverse range of industries, company sizes, and locations, this year’s report presents results in a robust, data-driven guide to demonstrate what has happened in talent development in 2019. Easy to read and including...
Shape What’s Next for Learning in Your Organization Our era of dynamic change and its profound impact on personal lives and businesses throughout the world represents a new normal. How organizations learn will determine whether they rise to the occasion and adapt or struggle behind outdated practices and processes.New or aspiring talent development executives can learn a lot from the best of the best—the high-performing, award-winning companies responding to increased pressure to deliver business value. Forward-Focused Learning features organizations that are...
Video for Learning: Engaging, Reaching, and Influencing examines organizations’ use of video in talent development programs, comparing the practices of high performing organizations to other organizations. It explores how organizations use videos in their learning programs, how they make videos accessible to learners, how they develop videos, and whether they incorporate animation and interactivity into their learning videos. It also covers factors that influence organizations to use learning video and barriers to doing so effectively.The report also provides...
ATD no longer publishes the TDXCI. The Q3 2020 edition is the last published issue.The Talent Development Executive Confidence Index (TDXCI), formerly the Learning Executive Confidence Index (LXCI), is a quarterly assessment of talent development executives’ short-term expectations for the health of the talent development function in organizations.The TDXCI is a composite score that takes into account four key indicators for how talent development executives believe the talent development function will change during the next six months: The TDXCI is modeled after...
Based on the ATD Research report, Effective Evaluation, these presentation slides show how organizations are currently using evaluation.
On February 20, 2020, through a working session, CTDO Next members discussed TD's role in driving organizational culture.