Browsing: Curated

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Editor’s note: Google surveyed 5,000 employees to better understand the impact of distributed work.
The survey measured well-being, performance, and connectedness and provided recommendations on how to ensure that those things remain consistent, even if your team is spread out across the world. The research was carried out pre Covid-19 but there are useful insights here.

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Editor’s note: This article outlines the challenges of remote working and how managers can help their team overcome them. There are some interesting ideas in here such as ‘mutual knowledge’ – knowing how a team mate is doing so that communications that might otherwise seem brusque (for example) is seen in the context that person might be having a stressful day.

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Editor’s note: The CIPD has produced a webinar series exploring many aspects of the impact of Covid-19 on work. This webinar looks at how L&D is changing as a result of the pandemic. It is worth noting how PwC used data to monitor the demand for resources and how they used those insights to constantly update their resources in a relevant and timely way.

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Editor’s note: The recordings from all of this week’s Learning Technologies Summer Forum webinars will be be made available in this hub, so keep your eyes peeled over the next few days. There were some great looking sessions.

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Editor’s note: Longitudinal research into the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on mental health shows that, despite the easing of lockdown restrictions, millions of British adults continue to struggle with their mental health. This is a critical consideration as employees start to return to work.

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Editor’s note: This article presents a counter-argument to the notion that innovation has to start with a problem to be solved and end up with a solution to that problem. The alternative should be to create an organisational system that has a purpose, is motivated to do new and different things and has a process to develop and discard new ideas. As the author says, “Artists don’t solve problems. Neither do real innovators. Did the iPhone start with solving a problem? Did Amazon ? Did Facebook? I don’t think so.”

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Editor’s note: The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development has produced a report on the impact of technology on the employee experience. Now that technology is playing an even greater part in working life it is important to consider its impact on well-being, job quality and engagement. This report shares research findings on these factors.

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Editor’s note: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/your-elearning-broken-mark-berthelemy/
This is a fitting piece to share at a time when organisations are rushing to turn learning content and events into digital formats. Mark Berthelemy provides a great example of the need to create accessible resources versus great elearning courses.

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