Three Challenges Faced by Today’s L&D Leaders

Your Training Edge

Technology and accompanying business realities have not only changed the way we work, but also the way we learn. Most challenges faced by training managers today, I believe, fall into a three broad categories: Developing effective, impactful learning solutions that keep pace with technology and changing learning behavior. Rob Brinkerhoff, a professor at Western Michigan University and thought leader in the field, puts that number 80 to 85% (Phillips, 2016)! Phillips, Ken.

Building a Better Working World

CLO Magazine

From left: Simon Berridge, Jan Cannon-Bowers, Christiana Zidwick, Brenda Sugrue, Eric Ellefsen, Shawn Phillips. Therefore, adoption of global initiatives requires extensive socialization to gain buy-in.

Putting learning at the heart of talent strategy

Leo Learning

Across industries, work and workplaces are shifting to keep pace with technology innovation and digitisation. Across industries, work and workplaces are shifting to keep pace with technology innovation and digitisation. Nguyen Phillips, A.,

The Evolving Face of Embedded Performance Support

Learnnovators

With today’s powerful emerging technologies, embedding simple, cost-effective, and effective performance support solutions in the workflow of employees is a matter of thinking innovatively. These solutions will be powered by emerging technologies such as: Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Beacons.

BLOG: 15-love to Unicorn 'Rock' Jackie

Unicorn Training

Things have moved on since those early days; technology has advanced at pace, the world is changing faster and faster. "We Throughout these technology changes, Unicorn has managed to adapt our business strategy to support our client’s changing requirements. We have always preferred to describe ourselves as sitting just behind the curve in technological advancements, learning from the early adopters - mistakes and successes - and making sound, informed business decisions.

What Universities Must Learn About Social Networks

Jay Cross

A handful of universities have adopted some aspects of web 2.0 It may be handy to carry a leather punch and Phillips screwdriver in your pocket, but if you plan to do a lot of cutting, you’ll be better off with a single-purpose knife.