The figures from UKCES highlighting the growing skills gap have raised an important issue, Jane Scott Paul says
Stephen Archer looks at the lessons businesses can learn from the recent recession
There are five key areas where storytelling can work well to enhance the success of your business communications, Claire Taylor says
Howard Kiewe talks to Harvard’s B Price Kerfoot about how revisiting learning over time can make it more sustainable
In our series on the winners of TJ's 2012 Awards, Seun Robert-Edomi talks to the first organisation to win three prizes, Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club
In our series on the winners of TJ’s 2012 Awards, Seun Robert-Edomi talks to Lifestyle Services Group, winner of the prize for best practice in learning transfer
Sales performance improvement company Consalia is giving five Training Journal readers the opportunity to participate in a continuing initiative to professionalise and create thought leadership in this area and to join other senior business leaders who share this passion.
Streamlined service could see training budgets become up to 50 per cent more productive as staff training needs are more effectively matched
The study, which questioned senior IT managers and directors with project or programme responsibilities, across businesses from a variety of industry sectors, showed that five key factors contribute to the project failures. This includes the lack of clear objectives at the start of the process (66 percent); unrealistic deadlines (58 percent), poor communications with the team and/or...
Alisdair Chisholm shines a light on the antics of delegates after dark
Training is just the start. Optimus Sourcing looks at four things you should be doing once the training course is over
Developing a talent pipeline is important for businesses, Paul Devoy says
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.
A book which provides us with nine chapters, or rules, that help us to develop new mental resilience.
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Training Journal and learndirect sit down with fellow L&D professionals to discuss the skills young people entering the workforce need.
A provocative video on rethinking learning strategies
Delegates come together to discuss Lord Leitch's report on skills launched in 2006