How well is our learning organization tranforming to meet the demands of the modern workplace?
Connie Malamed does a nice job of defending we Learning and Development professionals in her blog post, Retooling Instructional Design:
What can we expect of learning professionals?
Recently I had the following scenario put forward to me: If someone asked you: “How do I get started thinking
I’m doing the lonely slog through a MOOC that has finished it’s prescribed time long before I was able to complete
(NOTE: To be clear, I am using a metaphor in this post. I have a deep understanding and respect for
[Reflection is a key part of the learning process. Time for me to incorporate it into my blogging!] This week
Recently, Josh Bersin posted about the changes happening in workplace learning in The Disruption of Digital Learning: Ten Things We Have
In her article, 3 Traits That Will Make You a Learning and Development Rock Star In 2020, on ATD’s website, Cheryl
In a new article on Modern Workplace Magazine, Jane Hart reports the latest results of her ongoing survey of worker