You will have undoubtably read many ‘future of learning’ articles that predict the means and mechanisms for learning, extrapolating peripheral technologies that are entering the vernacular of L&D, but this article is different. This isn’t a crass oversimplification of technologies but a means of extending L&D’s expectation of…Continue
One of the most common phrases I hear from L&D professionals is:
“We want to modernise and use more digital but our clients expect, and just ask for, training.”
So, how do you change their minds to be able do something else – something more effective – instead?
The short answer…Continue
‘Learning Needs’ are too often identified from afar. Whether it’s from our organisation’s leaders; department heads; line managers; or from others in HR. We’ve all been there:
“Hi L&D, our managers need to be better coaches, could you deliver us a course,…
L&D people speak about business alignment as a key strategic priority but how are we not aligned already? We work inside the organisation and work closely with its people – so what’s going wrong?
Misalignment occurs as soon as we translate ‘business needs’ into ‘learning needs’,…Continue