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November 12, 2008
I just learned that Geary Rummler recently passed away.  Geary was a leading thinker, researcher and practitioner in performance improvement and learning design. His approaches helped me and many others improve the impact of learning solutions and transition to the broader world of performance improvement and process redesign. He is best known for his book Improving...
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I’m doing some research on Competency Modeling for a project and I have the same nagging question I had when competency based approaches became the rage in the 90’s.  Do competency based approaches really improve performance? Competency based talent management (training, development, performance management, selection etc.) is now firmly entrenched in corporate HR culture.  The...
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