This is where I share my thoughts on workplace learning and development.
Where they were written for magazines and websites, there will be a link at the bottom of the piece. If you agree, disagree or want to discuss the ideas further, please comment. I’m a firm believer that we all learn more, better and faster, when we share in a positive, collegiate manner.
Webinar Master, the book - now free!
A free, 46-page document covering what I've learned in 13 years of delivery content online.
The L&D Global Sentiment Survey 2020 - first thoughts
First thoughts on seeing the results of the 7th annual L&D Global Sentiment Survey
The perils of the schoolroom assumption
I am optimistic about the future of L&D, and with good reason. We’ve learned more about the brain in the past two decades than we ever knew before.
GSS19 – Key results infographic
Here’s a quick visual summary of some key findings from the L&D Global Sentiment Survey 2019
L&D GSS 2019: The results
Voting on the 2019 Learning and Development Global Sentiment Survey (L&D GSS) ran for 58 days, from 29 November 2018 to 25 January 2019.
Facilitation, tacit knowledge and L&D
When I started training in the mid ‘80s it would have sounded like science fiction. Now it’s a daily reality.
The principles of L&D
I have begun a project exploring the principles of workplace learning and development L&D.
2018 – the year of AI in L&D?
In the 2018 L&D Global Sentiment Survey, I asked over 1,000 people world-wide what they thought would be ‘hot’ in workplace Learning and Development (L&D).
The training levy and the law of unintended consequences
During the time of the Raj, story has it, the British were worried about the number of venomous cobras in Delhi. The government decided to control them by offering a bounty for each dead snake presented to the authorities.
The Research Base
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