Knowing where to begin is one of the trickiest parts of writing a strategy. Of course, each learning strategy will look different for every organisation, but I’ve found the following three methods create a great foundation for a successful learning strategy: aligning with the business, using SWOT analysis, and measuring ROI.Read More
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Stephanie Morgan Transforming L&D with new ways of thinking
Despite new approaches such as blended learning and 70:20:10 being introduced and widely adopted in L&D, there has been no clear path to success – until now. Launched earlier this year, The Transformation Curve is a game changing model of maturity, born from decades of Towards Maturity’s impartial research.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Are you neglecting experiential learning?
Certain aspects of experiential learning tend to be labelled as old-fashioned, perhaps because it’s not as accessible, fast paced, or as ‘on-the-go’ as it’s digital counterpart. Despite this, experiential learning has some really fantastic benefits that shouldn’t be ignored.Read More
Teresa Lovell 7 reasons why L&D needs to change
The modern workplace is all about the flexibility and evolution of knowledge, data, technology, accessibility and speed. This has left L&D is at a crossroads – we can either get left behind, or make sure we keep up and evolve with it. Discover 7 reasons why L&D needs to change with our short video.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Is there such thing as a ‘perfect’ blended learning solution?
There is no ‘one size fits all’ blended learning solution, it doesn’t have to have a certain percentage of digital learning vs experiential, or even include the latest tech if it isn’t right for your organisation or the outcomes you want. Your ‘perfect’ blend will be unique to your organisation, adaptable, and well-balanced in a way that’s specific to you.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Discovering the future value of L&D
Recently I wrote about what the Transformation Curve means for the future of L&D, and it got me thinking about the differing debates on how we measure the value of learning. In order to stay relevant in our organisations, we need to make sure that the value of learning keeps up with the evolving and changing nature of workplace learning.Read More
Stephanie Morgan What’s empathy got to do with it? Our take on learner engagement...
Empathy plays a pivotal role in all learning strategies, whether we are aware of it or not. Empathy is what helps us to understand the needs, motivations, and challenges of our learners, it helps our leaders to lead better and it can even have a drastic influence on whether or not our learners are engaged.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Is your LMS costing you time and money?
Is your LMS ready for blended learning, or is it a liability? Stephanie Morgan discusses the key points you'll want to consider when reviewing your LMS and planning for a blended learning strategy.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Whose responsibility is it to change a learning culture?
“If only our people would embrace self-directed learning!” We've all heard this before. But why can't you just deliver the solution that will move your people from push to pull?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