From guest blogger Adriana Hamacher MSc, HipGeeks
Organisations are seeing a change towards a more self-directed learner that L&D is going to have to respond to, or suffer a drift into eventual irrelevance.
Access to mobile learning is becoming a standard expectation of the workforce, but learning departments face challenges in providing the right content.
Part 1 of the report from our Think Tank, ‘Learning Analytics: using insights and analytics to fine-tune learning programmes’.
Part 3 of the report from our Think Tank: Beyond The Course
Negative attitudes to women in learning in technical roles such as computer programming are based on prejudice, rather than science.
Towards Maturity’s research allows the risks inherent in learning innovation to be calibrated with greater precision. To the benefit of all concerned.
Courses are getting shorter – learning is being ‘nuggetised’. But why? We explore the role of search in driving this change in workplace learning.
New research indicates it could be time to stop obsessing about hardware in education and put more emphasis on supporting teachers and 21st C pedagogies.
L&D must adopt new skills – and ‘unlearn’ some conceptual baggage – to equip millennials for leading in a changed organisational context.
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