This month we look at Don Taylor's Global Sentiment Survey (GSS) and what he has discovered the top 5 "hot" L&D trends to be for 2020. Last year saw the theme of 'data' running through the top 3 results, whereas this year, we see the trend toward 'automation mature'.
Companies across the world face a growing challenge - locating and successfully hiring the staff they need. We take insights from the Deloitte 2019 Global Human Capital Trends report to illustrate L&D solutions to the biggest challenge faced by Talent.
We look at Don Taylor's Global Sentiment Survey. Each year, Don Taylor asks L&D professionals globally, “What will be hot in workplace L&D this year?". Here we look at what the future has in store for workplace learning.
We are focusing on LinkedIn Learning's 2019 Workplace Learning Report. This annual report, now in its third year, gives a pulse check on the current environment for Learning & Development professionals globally. It’s a rich source of valuable information and an insight into the year ahead.
The Transformation Curve, 30 quick wins for L&D success, how to embrace modern learning, ensure your team has a growth mindset, our gamification quiz demo, plus, communication styles from Percipio.
Research from Towards Maturity, 101 ideas to supercharge your digital learning, make learning 'sticky' with this MIT research, our gamified quiz, plus, how our newly titled Learning Experience Designers design.
This month we are recognising the unprecedented situations that organisations are finding themselves in. Employees are home working, learning programmes have stalled, resources are being diverted from all but the most critical functions.
This month we’re looking at the growing demand for virtual services; how to effectively connect with remote workers and far-off clients, and how to successfully overcome challenges associated with collaboration between virtual teams.
Research from Brandon Hall Group, digital learning and the LMS, how to rethink leadership development, how we help clients be the best, building trust from Percipio, plus, how our Instructional Designers create.
At the recent Learning Technologies event, we noticed a key theme of enabling workers and business units to manage their own learning. Supporting self-directed learners is clearly still a challenge for many organisations. Here, we looked at the new Towards Maturity report; The Transformation Journey, to see their thoughts and data.
In our November edition, we look at ways to make learning strategies much more efficient and aligned with the business. In today’s world where a competitive edge is key, strategic learning decisions can impact greatly on business performance. We have some ideas on how L&D can show its worth.
It’s time to say ‘Merry Christmas’ to all our readers! We’ve done a quick roundup of some top items in 2019 and are helping you look ahead to 2020. Get ahead of the game in the new year by mulling (see what we did there) over the likely trends of 2020, and pick an L&D New Year's resolution that will elevate learning, and you, to new heights.
As we prepare for what’s coming in 2020, we’re looking this month at learning in the modern world. Be it technology, solutions or strategies for engagement, we need to continue with the drive to ensure that learning is a pillar of business success.