Balancing competing priorities and interests within an organisation can be hard, so how can Learning and Development professionals get creative in order to respond to the challenge?
Businessman and The Apprentice star Alan Sugar has been appointed as David Cameron’s new enterprise tsar.
A skills shortage in the construction sector has pushed the wages of bricklayers higher, according to new research.
The third #TJwow webinar discussion in the launch week was about who's responsibility it is for developing sales people
Neuroscience is a hot topic, and one hotly debated. In the free live TJ webinar at 10am UK time Thursday morning we discuss it's usefulness in learning and development
Just who is responsible for training sales people? Join the free live TJ webinar discussion Wednesday morning 10am UK time
The second in our series of five #TJwow live webinar discussions - about social media for professional development
Krystyna Gadd offers some advice on learning needs analysis (LNA) and its value in raising your profile.
Gary Wyles explores the growth of apprenticeships and how businesses have a lot to relearn about our young learners.
Rachel Kuftinoff asks some serious questions about the future of L&D and invites you to join the debate
Think social learning and invariably the L&D community starts thinking of ’Enterprise Social Networks’ (ESN).
Caroline Walmsley urges leadership to be the catalyst from which engagement flows.
Many industries, including healthcare, accountancy and law, mandate that practitioners complete a set amount of continuing professional development (CPD) each year to retain their licences to work.
This is by no means universal, but I have come across it far too often.
The future of how learning is delivered in the workplace includes Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Jo Cook speaks to Craig Taylor, Solutions Architect at HT2, to find out more.
At the Learning Technologies conference leading instructional design consultant Cathy Moore spoke with a small group at the Learning eXchange. Jo Cook captures her comments