The 50 questions in this shared Google document were posed at the L&D Connect Unconference…
Editor’s note: Dan Steer reviews a recent talk by LPI chairman Donald Taylor on the changing business, and L&D, environment. Good summary of the changes facing many L&D professionals and why the profession needs to change.
Editor’s note: I enjoyed this reflection on L&D and the vision for a more open way of working . . .
Editor’s note: Provocative post from BP’s Nick Shackleton-Jones on where L&D is going wrong, and continues to go wrong.
Is L&D behind the times? Does it need to rethink how it does what it…
Editor’s note: An uplifting blog post from an (anonymous) L&D practitioner which touches on class and overcoming personal hurdles. Thanks to @andrewjacobsld for sharing.
Editor’s note: Tom Spiglanin looks at how change will happen in L&D – technology will just sweep it into the cloud, and then what?
Editor’s note: Cathy Moore has penned a manifesto for L&D. So, what do you think?
Editor’s note: A review of HRD that ends with a call to arms; ‘In our attempts to “modernise” ourselves in the last 10-15 years, we have actually managed to dilute what we do, so people (our users) no longer understand the value we can bring to an organisation. People development – not learning and development… come on… wake up people!’
In the foreword of the CIPD’s annual learning and talent development report 2013, L&D adviser…
Big data is both an opportunity and threat for HR teams, according Nick Holley, director…
Editor’s note: The last in a fascinating series of articles by Andrew Jacobs on how his organisation has reinvented the L&D function. Jacobs has and is putting latest L&D thinking into practice and has shared the journey.
Editor’s note: L&D manager Sukh Pabial sets out how his philosophy for L&D. A short, sharp read that focuses on impact and last change.
Editor’s note: Donald Taylor looks at eight factors that will impact L&D in 2013 – what will this mean for the role of L&D? He touches on that too.