Our survey of learning professionals reveals a gap between the desire to innovate in learning and what’s really happening. So, what can we do differently?
Michael Quann explains how microlearning keeps your workforce fit and agile by strengthening their skills and knowledge.
From permanent, salaried employees to project-based freelancers, contractors and gig workers, we look at how corporate learning is responding to the new workforce ecosystem.
Make every second count at Learning Technologies Summer Forum 2018 with our 'pick of the best' from the conference and exhibition schedule.
As GDPR finally kicks in, we look at the benefits of GDPR and why improving knowledge and skills on data protection is building a better world.
We’re championing the people on the front line of customer service to highlight what they can achieve with the right learning opportunities.
In the rush to GDPR compliance, Jason Plunkett explains how to 'keep calm and carry on' with an effective training plan.
As travel and tourism businesses prepare for the annual influx of seasonal employees, William Towse highlights the benefits of high quality onboarding
Karl Kapp, learning games expert, explains why a well-designed game can be particularly effective for a compliance topic like GDPR.
Deborah Baird lifts the lid on theory and evidence behind the use of learning games in the workplace.
There’s evidence to suggest sexual harassment training is failing to hit the mark. As organisations come under pressure to act, what role should training play in culture change?
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