Guy Moreves emphasises the importance of securitytraining when it comes to payment technology.
Barry Hilton says more care needs to be taken when it comes to sales training - then, everyone will benefit.
Alisdair Wade urges educationalists to prepare young people to be ready for an automated future.
Julian Roche concludes his two-part piece about his life in training.
Benoît-Etienne Domenget argues that the fast-evolving hospitality industry offers rich potential for individuals, and employers, who can master the art of talent development.
Could a game like Call of Duty be the learning solution you need? Douglas Seifert thinks so.
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.
Even charities can't escape a toxic work culture, it seems. Read on in the week's newsflash.
Are you a victim of gaslighting? Read on to find out more...
What have comedy clubs got to do with learning innovation? Find out in this week's newsflash...
TJ talks to Coursera's Leah Belsky about data science, the future of MOOCs and more.
Jon Kennard talks to LinkedIn Learning's Tanya Staples.
Conor Gilligan concludes his interview with Whitehat's Euan Blair.
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.
Housebuilder Redrow this week launched the second part of its third annual report on perceptions of apprenticeships and careers in construction.
The shortlisted finalists for the 2019 Talent in Logistics Awards have been revealed.
A study of 2,315 UK workers published in the Great Perk Search Report by Perkbox shows the perks that prove most popular with the workforce.