Editor’s note: The UK Commission for Employment and Skills has published a report on future careers which identifies 40 jobs for the future. Interesting to see what they are and to think about where L&D fits in and how organisations can encourage and support people into these types of roles.
Here are our curated tweets from the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on #business acumen. If the…
Editor’s note: Research shows high test scores don’t necessarily equate to better thinking and analysis skills. Thanks to @marklerarns for sharing.
Editor’s note: The role of managers in learning is raising its head – look at the CIPD conference talks and City & Guilds learning trends, for example. This article suggests three surprising new skills for managers.
Editor’s note: Bringing skills to the masses, and successfully so. Could this be an answer to developing skills in the workplace?
Here are our curated tweets from the chat2lrn Twitter chat on how to plug L&D…
Editor’s note: Following from their last Twitter chat, the #chat2lrn crew look at what L&D can do to address skills gaps.
Editor’s note: L&D practitioner Sukh Pabial responds to the results of the LPI’s Capability Map with a provocative view of the future of the profession.
Here are our curated tweets from the Chat2lrn twitter chat on L&D #skills. This conversation…
Learning and development professionals say they are strong in traditional skills such as face-to-face delivery…
Editor’s note: Yet another call for school reform from the CBI based on their research showing skills gaps in many industry sectors.
Editor’s note: Thanks to David Smith for sharing this article that looks at the importance of social and collaborative skills in learning versus the current testing knowledge approach to education.
Editor’s note: The European Skills Passport, which helps people to assemble their skills and qualifications online, has now been launched by the European Commission.
Editor’s note: More than ever, entrepreneurial-minded people (and the ideas they generate) are extremely valuable to an organisation. So what are the skills needed to be an entrepreneurial thinker?