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Curatr owner HT2 Labs wins new round of investment funding

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HT2 Labs, the company behind social learning platform Curatr and learning record store Learning … Read More...

Stop the sticking plaster approach to learning technologies, says leading analyst

Wilson: "For all of the froth that exists around learning technology, the fundamental speed of change of organisations to really embrace it has been very slow."

A tactical approach to implementing learning technologies is hampering the digital transformation of … Read More...

Qualitative feedback the number one tool L&D uses to measure impact, survey shows

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The number one method used by L&D professionals to measure the impact of learning is qualitative … Read More...

The old rules versus the new rules of corporate learning

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#deloitte has just just published its 2017 Global Human capital Trends 2017 report. In its section … Read More...

Curated Posts

What’s now and next in analytics, AI, and automation

Editor’s note: This executive briefing from the McKinsey Global Institute provides a great primer in these three strands of technological evolution: analytics, AI and automation. Organisations with advanced digital capabilities grow revenue and market share faster than their peers, McKinsey research says.

Official YouTube Blog: Updates from VidCon: more users, more products, more shows and much more

Editor’s note: This short post provides some data on Youtube see numbers and usage as well as some of the updates coming to the service.

Research Uncovers C-Suite’s “Surprising” Thought Leadership Consumption Behavior

Editor’s note: Is this research counter-intuitive? It goes to show that some employee cohorts might well have differing media preferences.

Power Causes Brain Damage

Editor’s note: Power can cause us to be less empathetic. Research shows that power has an alarming impact on behaviours. they key here is to stay grounded.

Workplace gender quotas weed out incompetent men and make businesses more efficient, study finds

Editor’s note: The introduction to this article says it all: “Gender quotas increase the competence of organisations by leading to the displacement of mediocre men, a new study has found.”