In today’s economic climate, line managers have a more crucial role to play in people development. They are the link between learning and development (L&D) and the organisation’s business strategy. More often than not, though, they are not wholeheartedly engaged (...)
Blended learning checklist for for creating the perfect blend Organisations are increasingly recognising the business benefits of combining bite-sized chunks of personalised content that can be delivered to the desktop in real-time with learning techniques such as shorter classroom-based training (...)
What are the key pointers to developing a learning strategy where organisational, functional and individuals’ learning goals are all aligned for the good of the organisation? What measures need to be taken to ensure successful implementation?
Few can argue that line managers have a crucial role to play in people development, particularly at a time when training budgets continue to be stretched to their limits. But, despite the fact that line managers are the link between learning and development and organisational business strategy, all too often they are not engaged in the training process and don’t see staff development as a core part of their role.
Despite all the pessimistic predictions, business coaching – so often considered a luxury item in L&D – appears to have emerged relatively unscathed from the last few years of training cuts.
From the crucial role procurement is playing in delivering savings and efficiencies across the public sector to the growing influence of European procurement law and the pressures for greater transparency, the winds of change in public sector procurement are certainly here.
The Group has set out to extend its influence over the whole Latin American zone and will support multinationals in their international learning projects. Other new locations are planned shortly in South America.
Learning Beyond the Classroom in Asia: The Rise of Informal Learning and How to Integrate it into your Organization
WHITE PAPER - While much has been written about informal learning and informal networks in the past, less has been written about how successfully they have been taken up within organizations and what the key steps are to a successful implementation.