Technology has been commonplace in L&D for decades but in an age in which digital is transforming organisations – and even industries –…Continue
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,…