In the fourth in our series, Laura Overton provides practical, evidence-based insights for cultivating business agility.
Awards preview: If you want to know how to run a successful apprenticeship programme, ask Lisa Robbins, director of partner resources at Starbucks EMEA.
Jon and Jo survey the news, put the 'meh' in Mehrabian and talk to editor-in-chief Debbie Carter about why everyone should enter the TJ Awards.
Milind Gurjar talks up the benefits of subscription learning.
There's been a lot of high profile failure recently and we can learn from it, say Steve Macaulay and Sarah Cook.
Here's the first article based on Dr. Tim Baker’s new book - Performance Management for Agile Organization.
Boosting performance: the individual vs the line manager.
Dr. Itiel Dror talks to TJ about neuroscience and focusing on the learner
What are the biggest barriers to improving business processes?
It's the week's learning newsflash - HR, leadership, machine learning (again), and more...
It's learning newsflash time - leadership, mindfulness, machine learning for starters...
It's another learning newsflash. And not everyone's on board with degree apprenticeships...
TJ interviews Eamonn Eaton, winner of the L&D professional of the year in the 2016 TJ Awards.
First featured in the magazine, meet the man with a mission to give the disadvantaged hope for a better future.
Brid Nunn shares some of the challenging projects have shaped her L&D experience.
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.
Kate Pasterfield of Sponge UK urges L&D not to get stuck in the present.
For a second consecutive year, MERIT Summit will be the one-of-a-kind forum in which HR and executive education directors convene to discuss transformational corporate learning.
If you’re a “people person” then a great way to take advantage of your sociable nature to build a great career is to seek out a job where interaction is key.