A global skills shortage, rapid workplace change, the need for agile employees, and digital transformation have created a perfect storm for people development.
The changing face of the modern workplace has introduced a whole new set of challenges for L&D, not least in the area of onboarding.
We explore how changes in consumer technology over the past 15 years have contributed to the emergence of a new type of learner. What are the implications for the future of workplace learning?
Find out how digital learning can help you engage your people to ensure a successful transformation campaign.
Find out how your learning can meet the needs of employees, and the needs of the business
We explore the role of line managers in employee engagement and development, including tips on how to nurture their super powers as learning advocates.
What a year! We’ve picked out our highlights of 2018 and reflect on another exciting year in digital learning.
We consider the top issues and priorities for businesses in the coming year and the role learning teams can play in contributing to organisational success.
Sponge’s winning attributes include “a clever business strategy, a determined leader and a strong motivated team”
James Foster looks at what’s bothering data protection officers about GDPR training and asks, what can L&D do to help?
James Foster looks at where businesses are going wrong with GDPR training and highlights some of the biggest pitfalls.
Continuous learning helps create and maintain an agile, adaptable workforce across your organisation in the face of an industry wide skills shortage
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