Rejecting one-size-fits-all learning also means rejecting the delusion of a “total” learning platform

It was interesting to see a recent article proclaiming something along these lines: the age of generic, one-size fits all learning is finished! It seemed […]

Generation “Happiness”

Retaining a talented workforce has become one of the biggest challenges since the end of the Great Recession in the 2000s. As economies are slowly […]

“Compliance, I’d like you to meet – Culture”

An implicit code of conduct follows a company from the first cup of coffee poured in the morning, to the last person switching off the […]

Enough fussing about it – what does Pokémon GO really mean for the future of elearning?

Anyone with access to a mobile device, a newspaper, or even a pair of eyes will be aware of the recent craze, ‘Pokémon GO’ hitting […]

A dummie’s guide to engaging millennials

I’ve read the word ‘Millennial’ so many times in articles, branding and advertising over the last few months, that I can just about muster up […]

Essential techniques to drive training uptake: Part 2

I recently posted a blog containing three tips on how to use Dr. Robert Cialdini’s Six key principles of influence to drive learner engagement with […]

Are you enabling learners to share their knowledge?

Over 75% of all Internet users are on social media. Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter and more,  have now invaded our everyday lives, and added a […]

Employee engagement — why learning and development must be the torchbearer in the 4th Revolution

Employee engagement may be the greatest issue facing businesses in the modern era. The 4th Revolution – the age of artificial intelligence, augmented reality and digital […]

Learning curation — the Goldilocks principle

In one of the better known fairy tales, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Goldilocks quickly makes key decisions when presented with three choices of what […]

UI and UX in learning — How they differ and 7 tips to improve both

While User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) are sometimes confused with one another, they’re actually separate concepts, albeit with overlapping considerations. To craft really […]

5 Ways Informal Learning Gets Learners Engaged and Excited

Informal learning encourages learning in the flow of work – here are 5 ways to help you make it happen. When was the last time […]

Long road to ruin

I’ve borrowed the title for this post from Messers Grohl, Mendel, Smear, Hawkins and Shiflett … more commonly known as Foo Fighters. Why? Well, over […]

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