Companies that shun mobile technology are in danger of being left behind, Michael Richards says.
Martyn Sloman tells us what makes an award-winning apprenticeship programme
Communicating the benefits effectively to each generation can pay dividends and achieve the desired employee engagement and retention, John Sylvester says
Technology is at the core of what Sarah Lindsell is doing at PwC. Here she tells us about her journey
Dave Buglass tells TJ about his award-winning year and a moment of epiphany
TJ interviews an L&D specialist currently top of their success. This month, the focus is on the CIPD's head of L&D, Andy Lancaster
The latest set of statistics before the general Election shows that job growth is continuing on an upward trend. Beatson has said that the economy’s challenge now is to raise the productivity of the jobs so that there can be sustainable growth
The research shows that although the L&D community is more ambitious than ever before, many practitioners don’t have the capabilities in-house to drive the organisational change they’d like to. For example, 87 per cent think that business planning is a priority for L&D professionals but only 47 per cent think they currently have the skills in-house
The new research, launched ahead of a Barclays debate on youth employability on 15 April – supplementing their wider commitment to helping young people increase their employability and find jobs – found the thing most likely (at 26 per cent) to make people happy in their job was getting on well with colleagues. This was closely followed by having a good work-life balance (at 24 per cent)
Alisdair Chisholm crosses the line in his latest gig - so what next?
Taimur Khan provides his essential time management tips
Sue Husband outlines the role that small businesses in particular can play in unlocking the great potential of young people
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.
How has performance management changed following the emergence of less hierarchical business structures?
Justifying investment in employee development is challenging but achievable, according to Cornerstone OnDemand
Armin Hopp looks at how L&D can address global workforce issues
Adam Harwood helps us to understand what performance support is and how we can use it
Doug Shaw discusses the meaning of the term collaborative learning