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The Diversity and Inclusion Primer: An Introduction
Diversity & Inclusion | 03/31/2014 | This report is designed for those new to diversity and inclusion, be they HR, business, or new diversity and inclusion leaders, and covers relevant definitions and historical developments in the diversity and inclusion field.
The Role of Job-Specific Competencies in Enabling Business Execution
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MOOCs for Corporate Learning: Seven Ways Organizations Are Using Massive Open Online Courses to Drive Business Results
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Using Video in Learning: A Guide to Creating Rapid and Effective Learning Solutions with Video
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An Introduction to Hadoop and Big Data Technologies
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