Editor’s note: Research from global consultancy Mercer shows that organisations would like to be agile but their people processes are hindering them from being what the research calls “change agile”.
Editor’s note: This CIPD report looks at the need for organisations to take evidence-backed approaches to HR and L&D.
Editor’s note: In this article, Carol Dweck outlines the body of research that informs her work (and that of others) into the growth mindset. A great source of links to supporting research.
Editor’s note: This research focuses on video content on news websites and shows that it is less engaging than other forms of content, in particular long-form writing. Interesting to see that video might not be as popular after all.
Editor’s note: According to Glassdoor data the most important factor for job satisfaction is a company’s culture and values.
Editor’s note: This piece builds on the fake news debate and raises questions on what influences how and why we consume the information we consume.
Editor’s note: Research by the Institute of Leadership and Management finds that employees find work structures too restrictive and controlling. People want more freedom.
Editor’s note: Prof Nick Van Dam’s acceptance speech for the professorship in Corporate Learning and Development at Nyenrode Business Universiteit is a must-read for L&D professionals. It’s a pragmatic, research-based look at the future focus for L&D.
This report amalgamates findings from various research reports to paint a picture of the elearning market. You will need to give quite a lot of information before you can download it!
Editor’s note: In our ‘post-truth’ era we need the skills to sort information and establish its provenance. Some goods here on how to do this with published research.
Here are our edited tweets from the launch of #good practice’s #research into how UK…
Despite the fact learning and development professionals want to change the way they design and…
Editor’s note: The work of Sandy Pentland was mentioned a couple of times at the CIPD’s annual conference. Here Pentland talks through his concept of social physics and how it explains how we behave as social beings in the workplace.
Editor’s note: Psychologist Alexander Todorov researches the way we perceive others and the information that actually helps us make decisions about others. His work has important implications for recruiting and promoting others.