Editor’s note: This is an interesting list. Agree or disagree, this is worthy of discussion with the wider team as well as suppliers and customers.
Editor’s note: There’s a lot of talk about the ‘new normal’ and (working) life after lockdown. What this will look like is still unclear but organisations will need to keep planning and setting goals for now and into the future. And L&D will need to be aligned with these plans. So what will those plans look like? This article provides some scenarios based on research of organisations’ response to the pandemic. Useful background info when talking strategy with stakeholders.
Editor’s note: This is a useful article for two reasons. First, it provides a useful approach for exploring digital opportunities within an organisation. Second, that very same process can be used by L&D to identify new digital opportunities in learning.
Here are our highlights from the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on Internal versus external L&D. [View…
Editor’s note: This is a great conversation between Andrew Jacobs at Lewisham Council and Nigel Paine on the role of L&D and strategy.
Editor’s note: McKinsey researchers examine the impact of the digital revolution on businesses and their markets.
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: From strategy to looking at HR from the outside in – HR guru Dave Ulrich presents the next stage in HR’s development.