When eLearning first appeared in the workplace, it was an innovative new way of reaching people. Employees learned at work in a way that few had learned before. The difference with mobile learning (or mLearning) […]
3 L&D Lessons from Google
As one of the world’s most admired companies, Google clearly get many things right. And having read Work Rules by Laszlo Bock, Google’s SVP of People Operations, I’ll put L&D into that category. This was […]
Learning & Development has already changed… Have you adapted?
Workplace learning has changed dramatically in the past ten years and technology has been the primary driver of that change. However, it has not necessarily been learning solutions supplied by organisations that have been the […]
The Digital Learning Network
The first Digital Learning Network Meetup brought a broad mix of people together who were both interested and intrigued by the potential of learning technology in their professional contexts. We had people there from big […]
The IT Gap that’s Damaging L&D
If you’re like me then you’re using your mobile devices to keep you on track, to help you collaborate with colleagues, connect to peers, stay informed with what’s going on, and be inspired to learn. […]
How is your L&D Supporting Learners at their Moment-of-Need?
Web-searching at our moment of need has changed the way we learn – both at work and at home. That’s whether we’re: Looking for a tasty new Macaroni Cheese recipe; Figuring out how to replace […]