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Talent development: Embracing learning as a process, not a program

Training and development has always been a crucial issue for business, but the learning landscape has changed drastically as technology alters the ways we work with and process information. SmartCEO and Drexel University gathered some of the region’s foremost experts on learning processes and techniques to weigh in on how learning has changed, and what companies can do to ensure their investment in developing employees pays off.

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How DC’s leaders build innovative cultures that ground their companies

Corporate culture is the secret sauce that separates the great from the good, and the memorable from the forgettable. But shaping and maintaining the culture you want is easier said than done. That’s why we gathered a group of CEOs and executives to share ideas for turning your company’s culture into a competitive advantage, from developing a culture that engages employees across multiple generations to communicating cultural expectations in onboarding practices and more.

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How Drexel’s 14th president is continuing a legacy

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John Fry’s job is no cakewalk. As the 14th president of Drexel University, he’s taken the reins from the late Dr. Constantine Papadakis — known as one of the best university presidents in the country — and he’s facing growing pushback on the skyrocketing costs of higher education. Yet Fry is not intimidated.

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How Philadelphia’s leaders build innovative cultures that ground their companies

Corporate culture is the secret sauce that separates the great from the good, and the memorable from the forgettable. But shaping and maintaining the culture you want is easier said than done. That’s why we gathered a group of CEOs and executives to share ideas for turning your company’s culture into a competitive advantage, from developing a culture that engages employees across multiple generations to communicating cultural expectations in onboarding practices and more.

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