Ray Douglas... A Man on a Mission
Spotlight on... Brid Nunn - Doyenne of Learning & Development at Marks & Spencer reveals her secrets of success
Elouise Leanard-Cross on what it takes to create winning Organisational Development
Joseph Valente... on hard work and winning in business
Donald H Taylor on the future of L&D
Spotlight on Carole Gaskell
Barry Johnson, Mandy Geal and Jacqy Munro investigate
TJ takes a closer look at diversity and inclusion
Spotlight on... Laura Overton
The winner of the TJ Special Achievement Award 2015, Martin Couzins tells us why L&D is so important to him
Joanne Danehl explains how rotational working proves international opportunities for ambitious talent
Spotlight on... Ken Blanchard
Reshaping the learner mindset
The focus of this month's issue is consultancy.
The focus of this month's edition is driving creativity
The focus of this month's edition is neuroscience and learning
The focus of this month’s issue is sales and customer service
I am writing this editorial following National Apprenticeship Week, when workplace learning for young people was prominent in the news.
The general election is just round the corner...
The theme of this month's magazine is engagement
Happy New Year and welcome to this first edition of TJ in 2015
Last month I visited the CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition in Manchester.
Welcome to the penultimate issue of TJ 2014.
This month’s focus is on performance management
In organisations across the private, public and not-for-profit sectors, products and services are being reinvented as a result of rapid technology change.
Our change leaders need to inspire confidence so I hope the articles in this month’s issue strike a chord
The theme of this month’s magazine is creativity and innovation; topics often talked of but in reality rarely achieved.
Welcome to the June edition of TJ and I am delighted to be back in the editor’s chair.
A copy of the magazine is available here. Free online this month in celebration of our recent website launch...
A change is as good as a rest, they say, so we’re feeling very rested here at TJ following a fairly major change to our online presence.