• Posts Tagged ‘L&D’

    Nobody puts baby in the corner

    by  • December 1, 2015 • OD and L&D • 0 Comments

    A quick guide for moving L&D forward (and out of the corner)

    I was on a call with a chap I started working with recently. During the call he said to me (in what I believe was the best intention at heart) that no one would listen to me – a lowly learning professional. In his view, the business knows better than learning professionals, because we...

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    Learning and Disruption

    by  • September 15, 2015 • OD and L&D • 0 Comments

    Time to rebrand L&D: How about Learning & Disruption?

      In the beginning, there was nothing. The people function was formless and void, and darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God (?) was moving over the surface of the organisation. Then there was Personnel. And the gods saw that it was good, and so they made HR....

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    Spicing up Learning

    by  • March 27, 2015 • OD and L&D • 0 Comments

    My L&D kin are in crisis. We are being asked to spice up learning, make it more interesting, more impactful, more fun, more engaging. Here are three quick tips.

    Thing is, though, learning is engaging, and the vast majority of us do a really good job of creating learning that is interactive, fun, useful. So what’s wrong? Honey, I’ve shrunk the learning I’m increasingly noticing how learning in organsiations, a lot like the theory that guides it, has been shrinking. It’s becoming thinner,...

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    7 signs you need to rethink your LMS

    by  • September 21, 2014 • Learning Technologies • 0 Comments

    LMSs should automate induction and mandatory learning, support talent and appraisal processes and empower employees. Does yours not do that?

    Learning management systems are wonderful things. They streamline and automate processes that used to eat up hours of work, they provide insights through data and making overlaying datasets with different ones from other places easy as pie. They also revolutionise our organisations: on one hand, they create a lean way to push mandatory learning. On...

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    Help & free people diagnosis

    by  • September 12, 2014 • OD and L&D • 0 Comments

    I need your help: join my research, get free people diagnosis.

    Hello there. I don’t usually use this blog in such a direct way, except I really need help. A while ago I wrote about a research I’m piloting for my MSc in Organisational Development. But Instead of the science and what got me there, let me lay it out in front of you, plain...

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