This article describes how Action Against Hunger Nigeria provided e-learning to equip their frontline staff to effectively project manage and tackle an enfolding humanitarian crisis in Nigeria.
How to align learning with the business is a constant and evolving question for L&D professionals and it’s a question that Krystyna Gadd of How to Accelerate Learning helped to answer during her session at the Learning Technologies 2018 speaker exchange.
How would Booking.com use AI to ensure that its e-learning enabled the company to develop its staff and enjoy its exponential world growth?
With the world facing a biodiversity crisis, ZSL saw the urgent need to provide online conservation courses that would equip and raise up a new generation of conservation leaders across the world.
This month we are capturing the essence of some of these case studies by featuring a treasure trove of tops tips that could transform your e-learning program into a class act!
With a rapidly expanding workforce and only one training location, Aggreko’s had to bring its staff-learning provision into the 21st Century, where it would be able to bring an effective learning solution that would support their diverse personnel in 45 countries.
Check out the shortlist of nominees for Learning Technologies Awards 2017 – it’s a celebration of everything excellent in L&D.
This case study describes how The Marine Learning Alliance (MLA) used e-learning to bring a sea-change in the way that professionals in the marine industry meet their CPD needs whilst at sea.
This case study describes how NATS used e-learning to engage a new generation of trainee flight controllers and increase the success rate of candidates.
The rapid pace of change and the impact of new, disruptive technologies on existing markets mean that business models within this sector have to be highly responsive and adaptable to thrive. L&D leaders within IT and Telecoms (ITT) businesses need to deliver flexible training solutions to meet rapidly changing business needs and are forging a path where others will follow. This report is free to download thanks to the support of Raytheon Professional Services
The eXchanges programme is a unique, free opportunity to get up close and personal with the speakers at the Learning Technology event on 28th-29th January 2015.
If you work in the Far East or Australia, Towards Maturity’s Laura Overton will be attending two key world conferences during November, and it would be great to see you there.
“Lift one person and they will lift others.” Oxfam is a globally renowned aid and development charity with 70 years of experience, working and campaigning with partners in over 90 countries worldwide.
The new Towards Maturity Sector Benchmark Report – Innovative Learning in the Charity Sector – launched today shines the spotlight on the impact and benefits that charitable organisations are realising from implementing learning technologies.
The New Learning Agenda takes a look at what we have learned from the Towards Maturity Research in the last ten years to help us develop a learning strategy that delivers in the next ten years.
Online booking is now open for the eXchanges, a unique, free opportunity to get up close and personal with the speakers at the Learning Technology 2014 event on Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th January 2014.
LINE, a TM Ambassador, has given a big thumbs up to Towards Maturity’s New Learning Agenda TM Benchmark Report 2013. You know when articles use metaphors based on the Great British Bake off that it’s going to make positive reading!
This presentation will be invaluable for any organisation looking to build a business case for mobile learning.
Speexx wins the prestigious 2013 IELA Award. International body celebrates Speexx’s continued success as an outstanding and innovative blended learning solution provider
A year after joining Towards Maturity’s Ambassador Programme, Upside Learning has renewed its membership for another year, and will be supporting the research organisation in conducting the Benchmark Survey for 2013.
The LINE event at the Royal Institute started off with a number of presentations on a subject that many predict is set to revolutionise the way the world is going to learn and communicate: m-learning!
The Towards Maturity Benchmark has identified that top learning companies are finding creative ways to integrate learning into the workflow and this is having an impact on both business agility and results, but how are they doing it?
World of Learning Conference programme released next month, 1st & 2nd October 2013 – NEC, Birmingham
Learning and development and compliance professionals are invited to contribute to new benchmark study to examine effective online learning practices.
Arrow Electronics provides electronic components and computing solutions around the world, and like many multinational businesses, it needs to respond quickly to increased globalisation.
Did you know that those not wearing seatbelts contribute to 30% of road deaths and the risk of death in a collision increases 4 fold? Yet, despite being a legal requirement for 29 years, an estimated 5% of drivers still won’t buckle up, that’s almost 2 million UK drivers.
Martin Couzins, LearnPatch recorded this google hangout with Laura Overton to discuss the buzz about this year’s Learning Technologies
There are still some places left on eXchanges, a unique, free opportunity to get up close and personal with the speakers at this year’s Learning Technology event. Online booking is now closed but you can visit stand 99 at Learning Technologies or stand 312 at Learnign and Skills to book a place on the 29th or 30th of January 2013.
Towards Maturity’s Laura Overton recently interviewed Mike Booth, Learning Technologies Manager at Cable&Wireless Worldwide, to discover what secrets lay behind his 2011 elearning award for outstanding achievement – individual.
Award winner BT Retail uses short video content to ensure e-learning improves customer service and saves millions of pounds in costs!
Double award winner Train4TradeSkills use of creative gaming technology transforms trainees into a confident workforce & reduces costs!
The AO Foundation (The Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Osteosynthesefragen), is a Davos-based, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving the care of patients with musculoskeletal injuries.
The National College for School Leadership is where the future heads of our country’s schools are trained to become effective and inspirational leaders.
From its roots in 19th Century Scotland, Howden now operates in 20 countries, employing 4500 staff in its core business: the design, engineering and manufacturing of industrial fans, compressors and rotary heat exchangers.