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How to Stop the Change Project Saboteurs

In March 1921, Warren Gamaliel Harding became president of the U.S. Not the most memorable of presidents, Harding’s main…


May 27, 2016


Microlearning in Microcosm

In late 2014, the internationally-known US-based L&D analyst Bersin by Deloitte published an infographic that indicated that today’s workers and “modern…


May 20, 2016


10 Tips for Enhancing the Learner Journey

Arguably, L&D professionals have never had it so good. Thanks to today’s technology, more people than ever before can…


May 13, 2016

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Building a Culture of Learning

It appears to be a truth universally acknowledged – at least by the U.S.’s Association for Talent Development (ATD)…


May 6, 2016

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How Much do You Earn – and What are You Worth?

The eLearning Guild’s recently published 2016 US eLearning Salary & Compensation Report – drawing on data collected from more than…


April 29, 2016


The Learning Environment

The best learning environments have been the subject of theoretical debate for decades. While academics dither, the landscape is…


April 22, 2016


Create an Effective Blended Learning Culture

Blended learning – that elusive yet allegedly much desired, potentially idyllic combination of face-to-face and online learning – is…


April 15, 2016


7 Ways to Improve Viral Learning

The ongoing technological revolution began in the 19th century with inventions such as the telegraph and the telephone, which…


April 8, 2016


8 Steps to Creating Champions for Learning

The concept of identifying and then appointing appropriate “champions” to ensure initiatives’ success is neither new nor specific to…


April 1, 2016