The L&D industry is really good at predictions – take your pick – there are many of them being shared across the usual channels. Last year we saw predictions around new models for learning – with a move away from centralised learning provision to a more learner-driven approach. And it’s been interesting to watch the gravitational pull towards “self-directed learning” …
I’m on my way back from the annual Lumesse Kick-Off, an event for internal staff that runs on the day after our awesome public event, the Learning Lounge. Highlights of the public event are available on our website, but I wanted to share some insights from a talk on applied design thinking that wasn’t in the public programme, simply because …
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Lumesse Learning is proud to announce a new client relationship with a global professional services firm.
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New hires reinforce the position of Lumesse Learning as a digital learning leader.