Think Differently – new roadmap to help you navigate #LT12UK

by | Jan 16, 2012 | Articles

Take on the Towards Maturity Challenge –  boost your business agility in 2012!

If you want to improve business results through learning technologies this year, then it is time to put aside previous experiences,shake off preconceived ideas and THINK DIFFERENTLY!

We have been pouring over the 2011-12 benchmark research and identified several areas where top performers excel and have brought them together in a new infographic (thanks to our ambassador Brightwave) which will be available to pick up at Learning Technologies 2012 (25/26 January Olympia) at our stand 45.You can also download it today as part of our LT Think differently challenge (see page 2).

We’ve also been reviewing the free resources and seminar programmes available at Learning technologies to help you think differently and become a top performer:

THINK DIFFERENTLY at Learning Technologies 2012 Get prepared with our new roadmap

If you are visiting Learning Technologies next week, there are plenty of opportunities to challenge your thinking and learn from others experience, however the event can be a little overwhelming.

Towards Maturtiy’s ambassadors and supporters will be out in force at the show and provide collective insights and experiences that will challenge your current thinking forever! Visit us at the show and pick up practical ideas and resources to use back at work.

Get prepared by downloading our Think Differently roadmap below. Just keep an eye out for our proud to support sign on the day and use this as a checklist for your must have takeaways that will really influence your success this year.

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