Articles

Who will become the Uber of packaged elearning content?

Written by Conor Gilligan on 30 January 2019 in Features

Conor Gilligan looks at a few companies providing packaged elearning and who might rise to the top. 

Why understanding yourself helps your company

Written by James Barrass-Banks on 29 January 2019 in Opinion

Understand yourself and your value, and you can do more for your company, says James Barrass-Banks.

How to encourage cultural change through staff representative training

Written by Helen Jamison on 28 January 2019 in Features

Helen Jamison tells TJ about the importance of staff representatives.

How to negotiate through leadership and influence pt2

Written by Denise Jeffrey on 28 January 2019 in Features

Denise Jeffrey concludes her piece about how the behaviour of your negotiation counterparts can give you valuable clues about what’s driving them.

Why unlimited content isn’t useful for your learners

Written by Libby Webb on 25 January 2019 in Opinion

Unlimited content is a good thing for learners, right? Well, maybe not, says Libby Webb.

Lessons from the dinosaurs: Innovate or die

Written by Rob Hubbard on 25 January 2019 in Opinion

L&D needs to innovate or risk getting left behind with the dinosaurs, says Rob Hubbard.

TJ Newsflash: 24 January

Written by Jon Kennard on 24 January 2019 in News

We go all in with the long titles this week. But don't let that put you off... 

Brexit: How can we safeguard skills development? pt2

Written by Robin Hoyle on 23 January 2019 in Opinion

Robin Hoyle concludes his piece about Brexit's impact on commercial skills.

How to harness mobile learning to propel productivity

Written by Adam Charlesworth on 22 January 2019 in Features

You don't have to Teach on Mars to make use of mobile learning, says Adam Charlesworth. 

Knowledge transfer: Overcoming the most common roadblocks

Written by Graham Glass on 22 January 2019 in Features

Graham Glass looks at some common problems with knowledge transfer.

Nurturing the next generation of natural born leaders

Written by Louise Moore on 21 January 2019 in Opinion

Louise Moore shares some recent findings about leadership with TJ readers.  

How to negotiate through leadership and influence

Written by Denise Jeffrey on 21 January 2019 in Features

Denise Jeffrey discusses how the behaviour of your negotiation counterparts can give you valuable clues about what’s driving them.

Are your teams just playing the engagement game?

Written by Dr Amy Armstrong on 18 January 2019 in Features

Are you engaged or are you just 'pseudo-engaged'? Dr Amy Armstrong wants to know.

Brexit: How can we safeguard skills development?

Written by Robin Hoyle on 18 January 2019 in Opinion

Robin Hoyle takes a pragmatic look at the impact of Brexit on commercial skills.

TJ Newsflash: 17 January

Written by Jon Kennard on 17 January 2019 in News

Want to reach your goals in 2019? This first article might help... 

Innovation through conflict: Why you should be more argumentative

Written by Simon Lockwood on 16 January 2019 in Opinion

No you shut up! Simon Lockwood explains why a little conflict can be a good thing (but not like that).

Five L&D trends to watch for in 2019

Written by Doug Stephen on 15 January 2019 in Opinion

It's another predictions piece! This way to find out what Doug Stephen thinks 2019 has in store for L&D.

Seven steps to agile organisational success

Written by Paul Lewis on 15 January 2019 in Features

Paul Lewis gives TJ seven easy steps to get started in the world of agile business.

How to use social media to boost ROI

Written by James Banks on 14 January 2019 in Features

Social media is an invaluable sales tool for businesses in every industry. Learn how to use it effectively as an extra channel for increasing conversions, says James Banks. 

What shall we do about training, HR departments and line staff?

Written by Julian Roche on 11 January 2019 in Opinion

Do you really need that three-day training course in London, asks Julian Roche.