Some Companies Are Going Remote Forever. What Will Learning Look Like?

As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the way many of us go to work has changed drastically over the last several months. According to […]

What Type of L&D Guru Are You?

Learning and development pros come in all shapes and sizes, and often from very different backgrounds from an instructional design and even philosophical standpoint. But, […]

Looking Ahead to Learning in the Post-COVID Workplace

Organizational learning is going through a seismic shift. The COVID-19 pandemic has created a new world of remote workers, with no chance for in-person classroom […]

Conferences are Cancelled: Making L&D Community Connections in Lockdown

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we work and learn, but it’s also changed another fundamental thing about the L&D community: how we connect. […]

How Would Hamilton Launch a Learning Program?

As you may have heard, Disney+ recently released a filmed version of the Broadway smash hit, 'Hamilton'. For those of you who aren’t familiar, 'Hamilton' […]

How to Build a Simple Digital Learning Strategy that Works

Getting started with digital learning can be deceptively simple. Buy some online content, put the content into a platform, then market it to your audiences […]

Learning & Dev's Positive Deviance Approach

We, in learning & development, often focus on fixing what’s wrong. We try to find guidance on how to do it right, and then build […]

Training’s Renewed Role in a Rapidly Changing World

I’ve had a song stuck in my head this week. Unfortunately, it’s Cruel Summer by the 1980’s pop band Bananarama. Admittedly, summer doesn’t technically start […]

Five Effective Check-ins to Gauge & Improve Remote Learner Experience

We’re all learners right now. Most workers, still clocking in from home, are learning skills they didn’t know they needed. We’re learning skills like how […]

5 Ways to Keep Quarantine-Weary Learners Engaged In Training

It’s the start of June. That means it’s been 12 weeks since the Coronavirus pandemic sent most knowledge workers home to work remotely. We’ve been […]

Making Small Learnings Work

The label "micro-learning" refuses to die. You’d think, like most hype-driven buzzwords, it would have faded away. Its very persistence suggests, instead, that there’s some […]

How Learning in the Flow of Work Can Help Remote Workers

How much time for training do your workers really have? Two years ago, according to LinkedIn’s annual workforce learning report managers’ biggest training challenge was […]

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