New learning product me:time gives instant, anywhere access to curated learning supported by AI-driven recommendations.
… and what it means for learning
Automating a recruitment process increased the number of women hired by 15%. What might this mean for women in leadership?
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.
Winning a ‘Learning Technologies Outstanding Contribution’ Award turns the spotlight on our very own Andrea Miles.