Editor’s note: Congratulations to all the finalists and winners of the Learning and Performance Institute’s Learning Awards 2019. Interesting to see who won which of the many categories.
Editor’s note: This is a small study but it is interesting to see that learning using VR fared no better than other forms of learning in this experiment. Thanks to Stephen Downes for sharing.
Editor’s note: It’s interesting to see that Accenture has gone all out to reskill employees in the face of increasing job automation. Its job buddy helps employees identify what parts of their job could be automated in the future.
Editor’s note: Learning and HR analyst Fosway has produced its latest insights into learning systems. This is interesting to see which vendor is positioned where on the grid. The commentary that sits alongside the grid id also extremely useful as it provides an analysis of current learning technology trends.
Editor’s note: Although this piece is aimed at tech people the message resonates for us all. Lots of L&D professionals are doing great things but we wouldn’t know about it. Maybe this article will provide some inspiration to start sharing what you know.
Editor’s note: The planning fallacy means we are over optimistic about what we can achieve and how long tasks can take. There are things we can do to over come this but it seems humans tend to keep on repeating past mistakes.
Editor’s note: A range of conference speakers at the Learning Technologies Conference 2019 provide a preview of their sessions. These give a flavour of what’s in store . . .
Editor’s note: This is a good set of examples of augmented reality in action. It includes examples of staff in the airline industry, healthcare and the military.
Editor’s note: The BBC Academy has produced a simple guide to podcasting, looking at what a podcast is, how to make one, how to develop an audience and more. The way the content is presented is simple and visual – a good format for learning content?
Editor’s note: The vox pop is a great tool for surfacing what people think, as explained in the following quote. Why don’t we use it as a part of learning from each other in organisations? “But there is so much to learn from listening to people, giving them the chance to offer a view, however incisive or ill informed we might think those opinions are. Vox pops are not scientific tests of public opinion but they often tell us something important about what is bubbling away below the surface.”
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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.
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