Editor’s note: This annual report into trust is well with your time. Interestingly, employers enjoy a good amount of trust and are seen by many as a trustworthy source of information about contentious issues in society. Some eye-opening insights into what people want to see from CEOs.
Putting a fresh coat of paint on something can transform the look of it. But…
In the second part of his conversation with H&HN senior editor Matthew Weinstock, surgeon, writer…
Editor’s note: Microsoft has produced a set of free courses to develop skills in the Microsoft suite of software.
Editor’s note: This is a useful list of team communication tools that are similar to Slack. The devil is in the detail as some of the tools offer unique bits of functionality.
Editor’s note: The Debunker Club is ‘a community of people working to eradicate learning myths and share proven evidence-based insights’. It provides a set of resources which are useful for helping to challenge learning myths and ineffective practices.
Editor’s note: Here’s a list of what to avoid in order to nurture a learning culture. Much of it is to do with modelling the right behaviours.
Editor’s note: Are L&Ders as guilty as marketers in that they spend too much time on emergent tools at the expense of established ones? Ahead of Learning Technologies 2019, this is an important message. Buyers beware!
Editor’s note: This is a useful video for thinking about how to create a vision for organisational learning. Produced by the CIPD’s learning content team, it provides 12 elements of a future-focused approach to learning.
Editor’s note: Thank you to Andrew Jacobs for sharing this report. Read from page 41 onwards to get insights on what learning to learn means in the age of artificial intelligence. The shift towards matching skills with tasks is an interesting one for L&D.
Editor’s note: This is our New Year trends related piece. The good news it is written by someone who knows their onions and has some evidence to back up the points they make.
Editor’s note: This is a simple list of actions to follow in order to cultivate more innovative thinking. I like the focus on understanding what makes teams work well and codifying that for others to learn from.
Editor’s note: This is a useful reflection on the amount of signal versus noise that we now experience and consume. It is getting harder to distinguish between signal and noise and that represents a challenge for L&D teams.
Editor’s note: Are we right to worry about filter bubbles, especially in the context of information curation? Maybe not according to this research . . .