7 key digital drivers that are transforming learning in financial services

By Maureen Gleeson November 14, 2018

Over the five years to 2017, according to research from PwC, banking saw a 19% shift towards digital interactions among its customers, accompanied by a 5% decrease in human interactions. Customers are migrating to digital and now expect ‘a digital experience’ from their financial institutions according to the report. Digital transformation is real and underway in a huge swathe of …

Learning Lounge 2019: first speakers announced

By John Helmer October 09, 2018

BRIGHTON, ENGLAND & HOVE, ENGLAND [9th October 2018] Fourth year of successful Learning Lounge event brings international entrepreneurs, academics and heads of L&D together in London 13 February 2019 to showcase new innovations in learning. Lumesse Learning is proud to unveil the first tranche of speakers booked to appear at its Learning Lounge event in February 2019. The event has doubled …

Lumesse highlights trust issues for L&D and HR in the age of blockchain

By John Helmer August 23, 2018

Use of, and interest, in blockchain as an alternative trust mechanism is on the increase in HR and L&D, although the technology has trust issues of its own, according to an article in Lumesse Learning’s relaunched Curve magazine.  Trust is a central issue for the People function in the wake of the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica debacle, the introduction of GDPR, rising fears about invasion …

Prepare for the future of work with me:time

By Carole Bower April 04, 2018

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” …

Unlocking growth with next-gen learning tools

By John Helmer March 14, 2018

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 …