Access to learning is becoming a major pinch-point for businesses looking to pursue an upward growth trajectory. A third of UK small firms face skills shortages, according to a recent report from the Federation of Small Businesses and attempts to fill these gaps with training are frustrated by factors including the existing workload of employees, cost of training and lack of …
60% of the jobs that will be most in demand over the next decade have not even been invented yet.
Automating a recruitment process increased the number of women hired by 15%. What might this mean for women in leadership?
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Research shows an increase in self-directed learners. L&D need to understand what motivates such learners in order to manage their learning effectively.
Part 3 of the report from our Think Tank: Beyond The Course
A new report on women in leadership finds that the culture of organisations is stopping women from reaching the upper levels of management.
Part 1 of the report from our Think Tank, ‘Beyond The Course: workplace learning in a post-course world’
Guest blogger Garry Hearn of the MOD reports from OEB20015, where he finds tectonic plates on the move, maps about to be redrawn – and warnings for L&D.
Negative attitudes to women in learning in technical roles such as computer programming are based on prejudice, rather than science.