I've been hearing the phrase "what matters most" for a while... I think as budgets shrink and resource gets tighter we've seen a much more strategic view in and around learning & HR toadd as much value as we can within our business.
I have been asked to re-write our CPD Policy. The current policy is permeated by 'training' and this is something that I would like to address by recasting with a distinct 'learning' focus, particularly in recognising that learning happ
I know there is a group on social learning but I'm interesting in hearing from members of this group who have plans to or are using socia media or collaborative platforms to support learning or to enhance how you work / communicate across your busine
Like some of you I have just returned from the LSG conference that was held @Olympia on Tuesday. I really enjoyed the day and met up with people that I have been tweeting with over the last few months as well as met new people who all sh
Hi everyone,Hope you're all well. This group has been going for some time and it's fantastic to see new members joining all the time. I really hope you have benefited from some discussions and shared or learned something new from this group.I've been
I am currently thinking about the development of my design team and wonder if anyone has any guide as to courses/curriculum that would be suitable for a design team with mixed ability and has not had any design development before.We don't have a rapi
Has anyone experience of models that have worked - or not - where experienced people or SMEs transfer expertise and develop less experienced people on specific issues ? Sometimes this is known as a "task force".
HiI read an article this morning that was discussing the increase in video chat using tools such as Skype. With online conferencing and delivery tools such as Adobe Connect, WebEx and GotoMeeting offering video support I was wondering how many organi
Web 2.0 technologies, social media, rapid tools, VLEs and much more have changed the way we learn but have L&D departments changed with it? If we want to resource learning properly, what does the ideal L&D department look like? If yours is pretty cl
What is the view on whether e-learning should be presented in screens of fixed size or with a scrollbar? Has anyone come across any evidence or research to show that one is a better method of delivery that the other?
We ("Learning solutions" department in my company) are currently working with designing elearning modules following the 4 door model. If you haven't heard about this model, you can get a short introduction here.