Technologies and learning methodologies must be rapidly adaptable. We are in the world of personalization, and the learning field deserves learning apps.
Putting an end to programs could start a new wave of business success. How stopping breaks the ritual nature of learning programs.
Learning leaders should play a strategic role in creating the future workplace.
Provide proof that leadership development programs have an impact. Move from agendas that are comfortable and familiar â€” and donâ€™t be afraid of change.
Excitement about mobile is leading to hype, not readiness.The first step will be to make current and new content device-ready.
Design learning around intensity to grow skills and competencies.
Webinars are weak and deteriorating more through overuse. Experiment, change designs and gather evidence to shake up your approach.
Learning professionals should take a cue from coffee houses and cafes and devise fresh and agile language to describe the size and depth of each content module.
Expanding learning resources are not linked to enterprise learning systems. Learning systems must expand their reach into emerging content areas, writes CLO columnist Elliott Masie.
Workplace and societal learning are evolving in Asia. China is focused on both internal and external markets for learning investments, writes CLO columnist Elliott Masie.
It is time for U.S.-based global companies to expand their commitment to workforce language skills.
Educators need to connect with and learn from each other.
The changing nature of learning requires new roles. If you could add five new people to the learning department, what roles and skills would you hope to enhance?