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Language processing, AI, and L&D

Redundancy in language I don't know if you tried to read the image at the top of this article - if not, give it a […]

Unsupported L&D, unsupported browsers

Fig.1: Desktop Browser Version (Partially Combined) Worldwide Market Share   Our users From a quick analysis done of our traffic over the past year (May 2016 […]

LinkedIn is 92% boring

LinkedIn’s feed is boring and could be improved by toning down promos and likes, and introducing an easy model (User-System-Content) for evaluating recommender systems in […]

Productivity, skills and intelligent learning recommendations

tl;dr The system supporting skills and careers development is inept and that costs the world trillions. But the future for learning is bright: higher quality, […]

Anatomy of a good recommendation

We’re working on how to personalise training to optimise productivity. In one strand of that project we are trying to understand the characteristics that make […]

The real problem with learning technologies? "The learner”

The most attention I’ve ever received on LinkedIn was not because of a post I had written, but because of a post written about me. […]

Write with purpose

    There's so much writing going on at work these days (internal emails, external emails, briefs, presentations, reports, Slack messages etc) and with so […]

Calculating data correlation

  Are you often asked to study and find trends in data? When two quantities are highly correlated the value of one tells you a […]

Constructing a logical argument

  Do you often present business cases in your role? How confident are you when arguing your case? There are two main ways of constructing […]

Body language for active listening

Do you often find it hard to understand the messages your colleagues are trying to convey? Perhaps you're not being fully attentive? An active listener […]

Protect your spreadsheet

Do you create and collaborate on spreadsheets with your colleagues? Want to ensure your workbooks retain all of the correct data and formulae? The most […]

Planning & estimating requirements

Are you involved in analysing systems and processes at work? When looking to improve the way your business functions it's important to first make a […]

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