Top 10 tools of a Learning & Development CEO

Each year, Jane Hart and the Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies compiles a list of the top 200 tools for learning as voted on by thousands of learning professionals from around the world. Over the past several weeks, my colleagues have been sharing their top 10 votes for this year’s list. Today, it’s my turn to share the 10 tools I find most helpful when I’m working on learning programs.

Brian‘s Top 10 Tools for Learning 1. Google Docs and Drive (https://www.google.com/drive/)

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