As ever, the New Year starts with a fresh sense of optimism. For L&D departments, some will be continuing with their current programmes of learning and some will be striving to bring a modern and fresh approach to their offering to keep them out of the ‘dark ages’.Read More
Recent Posts & Articles
Nigel Walpole How 70:20:10 is the Viagra of learning
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?Read More
Stephanie Morgan Are the different needs of your learners giving you a headache?
There has never been a better time to be a learner. No matter where you are, or how you like to consume your learning, L&D professionals are able to meet your needs. But do they?Read More
Nigel Walpole The future of induction in organisations
‘Welcome On-board”. The vast majority of us will have experienced these or similar words on joining an organisation, and so often those words are an ominous portent for what follows,Read More
Stephanie Morgan Reengineering learning content towards a blended approach
I was talking to a client recently about their aspirations to deliver truly blended learning solutions. Even though they know what they wanted to do they were discovering it was not that straightforward to actually achieve.Read More
Stephanie Morgan What is blended learning?
When I think about blended learning I try to think broadly and allow myself the flexibility to have more than one delivery method. In fact, for me it is not about the number or type of delivery methods, it is more like a recipe, what ingredients do I need to ensure that I help my learners achieve their goals?Read More
Rachel Matthews How much is your LMS costing you?
There are thousands of Learning Management Systems on the market. You may have tried a few and may even have found something that matches your needs. But is it delivering without costing the earth?Read More
Top Four Ways to Learn in 2014
Do you know your blended learning from your mobile learning? This handy infographic explains the differences between the top four ways to learn in 2014.Read More