Editor’s note: This is an incredibly useful resource for L&D teams. Here, Google shares insights in to topics such as peer to peer learning and the science of successful teams. There are lots of practical tools to help put the thinking into action.
Editor’s note: Here are some interesting insights into how Google is designing apps for business. The approach has two elements at its heart: human-centred design and AI.
Editor’s note: This is a potentially huge move as Google launches Android for Work. Personal/professional profile and security issues seem to have been sorted so this Google for work offering looks compelling.
Editor’s note: So the pin up for wearable tech has been shown the side door at Google. The company says Glass will be back but in a different guise. Aside from the implications for wearable tech (it is still awaiting its killer app) this is Google failing and moving on. It seems to be a company that really practices what it preaches.
Most companies are run to minimise risk and not to maximise, says Google chairman Eric Schmidt. This slide deck is great despite the fact it is brazen promotion of his new book.
Editor’s note: Great insights on product design from one of the Google Plus designers.
Here are three short video reviews of the conference sessions we attended at the CIPD…
Technology giant google says social learning is at the core of the company’s approach to…
Editor’s note: Google mixes content with a ‘smart feedback’ system to help guide the learning experience. It’s Google, so probably worth a look . . .
Editor’s note: How good are you at finding information? This article provides lots of tips on how to get the best from Google search.
Editor’s note: A look at Google’s use of data to improve management performance.
How data has powered management performance at Google.
Editor’s note: I think it fair to say that Google is pretty good at innovation. Here’s its approach to making it happen.
Editor’s note: Part of Google Insights research, this study shows how consumers use multiple devices to shop. The type of device experiences needed with learning tech.
Editor’s note: Interesting development from Google – now you can get help from an ‘expert’ using Hangouts.