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L&D Capability in Australia – Conversations from UnConference

Learning Cafe

Improving L&D capability lies at the heart of the Learning Café. This follows from the changing scope of L&D in our organisations and the need to review the underlying skills to realise the opportunities that we are constantly faced with.

E-Learning? Ja!

E-Learning Provocateur

Last month I attended the Didacta education fair in Hannover, Germany. I knew it was a big event, but I had underestimated just how big. It was MASSIVE.

Writing & Grammar: Avoid Using False Subjects

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

by Jennie Ruby    The subject and the verb are two of the most important items in a sentence. The subject is typically the first unit of meaning in a sentence and the verb is the second. Together they form the core content of the sentence: The angry chickadee chased the marauding squirrel from the feeder. By starting with the unique subject and a specific action, you create a strong and interesting sentence.

Leveling the Software-procurement Playing Field by Richard Wyles

Learning Solutions Magazine

Procurement practices often tend to favor (not always intentionally) the proprietary software business model. This means that organizations may miss out on the benefits of looking at all the source options.

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Building a Business Case for Customer Training

Looking to expand your customer training program? Your executive team will likely have some concerns. Download this guide to learn how to prove the value of training and tackle objections head-on.