Your L&D strategy is more than a plan of what L&D will look like in the coming months and years. It is your opportunity to show what L&D stands for in the business and how it is going to demonstrate that to the business.Read More
Recent Posts & Articles
/Stephanie Morgan How to encourage a collaborative working culture
Why should we work together in L&D? We accomplish so much more when we collaborate, increasing the benefits of learning overall. For some people the most valuable learning is gained during the collaboration itself.Read More
/Stephanie Morgan How adopting Google’s pull learning culture can benefit L&D
Your learners love using Google. Stephanie Morgan explores how their desire to pull learning can be directed towards internal L&D resources instead.Read More
/Stephanie Morgan Don’t just write an L&D budget
Writing watertight business cases for L&D budgets is extremely challenging, but don't forget this other factor which also determines your budget's success.Read More
/Stephanie Morgan Are your managers engagement allies?
Learner engagement is a huge challenge in learning and development, even when the solution itself is excellent. L&D need managers to solve this problem.Read More
/Stephanie Morgan The Benefit Cost Ratio: A budget must?
L&D faces increasing pressure to deliver value for money, but Stephanie Morgan argues that an ROI is not the only way to showcase your learning's benefits.Read More
/Stephanie Morgan Are you holding your learners accountable?
Towards Maturity and CIPD’s recent study ‘Preparing for the Future of Learning’ made for insightful reading.Read More
/Stuart Ford Discovering the future value of L&D
In my recent blog, is your learning in the dark ages, I talked about how L&D professionals are adapting to the modern workplace. I’ve since read with much interest the differing debates on how we measure the value of learning.Read More