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L&D for the Mature Worker: What’s Age Got to do With It?

Not so long ago, people in the western world knew the unbreakable rule of working life. After leaving school,…


April 14, 2017


Keeping Those Great Expectations in Check

At the 2016 Rio Olympics, Team GB won two medals on the same day – a silver in the…


April 7, 2017


Are You Getting the Gig Economy?

Among the many changes that we’re experiencing in today’s world of work is the rise of what’s being called…


December 16, 2016

Learning Culture: A Modern Approach

Learning Culture: A Modern Approach

Competitive advantage was, until recently, measured in terms of economies of scale, market share, brand recognition, and so on….


October 12, 2016

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


Proving the Value of Learning With Instructional Design

Organizational performance is supported and enhanced by efficient learning. In turn, efficient learning is implied by efficient instructional design…


July 3, 2015


Agents of Change and Merging Cultures

Are change agents really the superheroes of organizational change, and how do they approach the enormous challenge of mergers…


May 8, 2015

Enlarging Your Sphere of Influence: Your L&D Guide to Getting People on Side

L&D professionals tend to have less “status” in their organizations than, say, those working in finance or IT. So…


November 28, 2014

The Value of Technology to Virtual Leaders

It’s obvious that the world of work is changing – especially for workers in knowledge-related, technology-assisted jobs. The difficulty…


November 7, 2014