Editor’s note: This is not directly related to learning but it is worth considering the bigger impact of remote working on where we will work in the future and the implications for the surrounding physical location.
Editor’s note: Researchers at the Open University’s Institute of Educational Technology have just published their latest Innovating Pedagogy report. This annual report, now in its ninth year, looks at emerging innovations in learning and teaching. Although focused on the education space, the report is useful for learning about innovations that could have an impact on learning at work.
Editor’s note: Hats off to David Perring, Director of Research at Fosway Group, for his bravery at proposing some learning predictions for the year ahead.
Editor’s note: In this article, Ross Dawson pulls out five charts from two recent reports published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Taskforce on the Work of the Future. They paint an interesting picture of how work is changing.
Editor’s note: This report from the World Economic Forum shows that automation and digital acceleration will significantly change the types of skills required by employers. To safeguard jobs, employers will need to act quickly to understand what gets automated and what needs human input. The report shares the types of skills that are likely to be in demand in the coming months and years.
Editor’s note: These design trends, such as voice and interactive storytelling, will impact on learning design at some point. An interesting list of trends outside of L&D that will impact on L&D . . .
Editor’s note: It’s interesting to see what topics are driving the conversation on Twitter. Here Twitter shares the six topics that are in the ascendancy.
Editor’s note: Learning and HR analyst Fosway has produced its latest insights into learning systems. This is interesting to see which vendor is positioned where on the grid. The commentary that sits alongside the grid id also extremely useful as it provides an analysis of current learning technology trends.
A year ago, Deloitte’s inaugural survey assessing private and public sector readiness for the Fourth…
Editor’s note: This is our New Year trends related piece. The good news it is written by someone who knows their onions and has some evidence to back up the points they make.
Editor’s note: So much of what L&D teams do crosses over into marketing so hot makes sense to be up to speed with the trends that marketing teams are looking to embrace. Interestingly, this list isn’t too dissimilar to the trends we see in L&D.
Editor’s note: Rachel Botsman gave one of the keynotes as this week’s CIPD conference. Her topic was trust and how trust is changing with technological change. Here, Botsman shares the theories and thinking that underpins her work. These include sharing economies, collaboration, reputation and trust.
Editor’s note: Gallup produces an interesting online publication called The Real Future of Work. it’s latest issue is on creating agile workplaces and includes pieces on being AI ready, strengths-based cultures and ethical decision making in the era of AI.
Editor’s note: LinkedIn Learning’s research of 4,000 executives – including L&D professionals, managers and employees – shows that the number one challenge for L&D is getting employees to make time for learning. As well as the challenges facing L&D, this research looks at how learning teams are delivering and evaluating learning interventions.
Editor’s note: The latest global sentiment survey from Don Taylor shows the top 16 ‘hot’ areas for L&D for the year ahead. Provides a good snapshot of what’s ‘on trend’.