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Nigel Walpole How 70:20:10 is the Viagra of learning

How 70:20:10 is the Viagra of learning
Thursday November 12, 2015

70:20:10 is a really interesting model for structuring learning within organisations to achieve improved performance. But the question to ask is, is there a lot of propaganda surrounding it, when the result is very little effect on performance?

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Martin Blazey Metaphors of learning and how they affect results

Metaphors of learning and how they affect results
Tuesday November 10, 2015

In my last blog I mentioned that open pedagogy and social pedagogy are two possible development avenues though which to develop learning outside of a traditional theoretical narrative. But are they really outside of this narrative, or are they themselves an iteration of a deeper conceit found in education theory?

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Nigel Walpole Mistakes you’re making to get recruitment wrong

Mistakes you’re making to get recruitment wrong
Thursday October 22, 2015

Over recent weeks I have written widely about Employee Engagement and, in discussions with HR professionals, it is clear that recruitment is the first point at which that engagement can fail – engaging the wrong person (and all the pain that entails) or not maximising and accelerating the engagement of the right individual.

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