People strategy is business strategy, says Gary Webb.
Aleksandr Kucherenko gives TJ the Ukrainian perspective on business education.
Siobhan Ogilvy gives TJ some 21st century assessment tips.
We need to move on from the term 'work life balance', says Jane Sparrow.
OU's David Willett discusses automation, apprenticeships and more.
Inclusivity is key for the future of your business, says Peter Eyre.
Richard Stubbs tells TJ that when it comes to reputation it's not about control, it's about influence.
Learning News and Learning Now TV were at the launch of the Pulse Report 2018 to interview Gustaf Nordback, CEO of the FT-IE Corporate Learning Alliance
Imparta's Richard Barkey gives #TJwow webinar host Jo Cook an insight into the upcoming discussion on Tuesday 2 October.
We lead with AI and finish with an acquisition this week. It's newsflash time...
We're leadership heavy on the newsflash this week. Maybe we need it more than ever?
It's the week's newsflash - who doesn't think of George Costanza when you think of leadership?
Conor Gilligan interviews Nokia's Ritva Elo about her background and how the modern learner actually learns.
Paul Norrington concludes his interview with Janet Gover about becoming a virtual trainer.
Paul Norrington interviews one of his clients on the journey of becoming a virtual trainer.
A library of management development books was recommended by members of the TJ Forum this month. Elizabeth Eyre reports
A book entitled Leadership Coaching begs at least two questions of definition.
As we face an age of austerity, there should be a large audience for a book called re-th!nk, which promises ideas for cutting costs and boosting innovation.
The Epilepsy Nurses Association (ESNA) is this month launching new, best practice training guidelines for professional carers administering buccal (ormomucosal) midazolam for epilepsy patients in the community.
New research from The Body Shop reveals that 80% of young people feel their generation is under pressure to solve environmental issues, yet almost half (44%) of students say that they never or rarely hear about sustainability in the classroom.
In 2017, Government reforms sought to improve the quality of apprenticeship training and boost the number of apprentices in the UK to 3m by 2020.