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CONTENTS CONTENTS 10 on the cover SPOTLIGHT ON DAVE MARSH


Ex-teacher Dave Marsh is using


bovine wisdom to lead an exciting new L&D business


feature 14 20 feature IN THE YEAR 2025 Kate Pasterfield


looks into the future of workplace learning and says we should hold on tight and enjoy the ride


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AUGUST 2017 LEADER


4 FROM THE EDITOR OPINIONS


5 DONALD H TAYLOR Don Taylor explores how interests and experience in our lives shape the roles we choose


6 PRACTITIONER'S VIEWPOINT Andy Hurren asks: is human nature threatening our use of learning technology?


7 COOK LOOKS Jo Cook tries to tell us that she’s not really a computer geek …


TJ AWARDS


8 THE FACE-TO-FACE INTERVIEW The first phase of judging is now under way. Debbie Carter explains what to expect


FEATURES


9 THE ENGINES OF CHANGE Ed Monk talks to Debbie Carter about his views on L&D today


18 SAVE THE DATE Louise Doherty on tools that help make meetings happen


23 THE THREE ES OF LEARNING Gerry Griffin on future- proofing your learning


26 VIDEO ON A BUDGET Jo Cook shares the TJ video story and some key learning points


THE HUMAN TOUCH


How long will it be before robots


teach us online? Mark O’Donoghue


maintains the tutor remains key to excellence


29 WORD FROM THE C-SUITE “Room for improvement” says International Survey of Corporate Learning, as Bob Little reports


32 FAMILY FIRST Max Robinson provides some tips on promoting a family friendly workplace


REGULARS


34 LAST STAND David Perring explores why creating engaging experiences is the key to digital learning success


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