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In Focus: Bridging the Divide

In Focus: Bridging the Divide

At a time when L&D are talking about UX and learner centric design more than ever before, their staff have unprecedented access to technology and communities.

Successful Strategies to Crack Staff Engagement

Successful Strategies to Crack Staff Engagement

What do charities with highly engaged staff and volunteers do differently? Research with learning leaders in the charity sector, conducted by Towards Maturity, reveals lessons that practitioners from all sectors can learn from.

In Focus: Driving Performance & Productivity

In Focus: Driving Performance & Productivity

This new report, In Focus Driving Performance & Productivity: Why Learning Organisations propel and sustain more impact, supported by the CIPD, investigates how L&D in high performing organisations connect with business leaders, engage learners, and in turn promote a culture of inclusion.

In Focus: Engaged Learners

In Focus: Engaged Learners

4 lessons from charity sector organisations with high learner engagement that help you improve productivity, staff retention, and organisational culture.

LT 2018 – The Exchange Programme

LT 2018 – The Exchange Programme

Join global experts and practitioners to uncover practical tips for improving your learning strategy. The eXchange programme provides a free opportunity to join Informal, face-to-face group discussions with the top conference speakers at Learning Technologies on 31st...
Celebrations at 2017 Learning Technologies Awards!

Celebrations at 2017 Learning Technologies Awards!

At Towards Maturity we like the ethos: “What life expects of us is that we celebrate,” and at the Learning Technology Awards Gala event on the 29 November we joined 800 people to do just that! The event, that celebrates everything that is praiseworthy within learning...
L&D: Where are we now?

L&D: Where are we now?

As we look towards a new year it is important for us to reflect on the current state of the L&D landscape and understand what success in business looks like in a constant world of change and disruption.

3 ways technology can help build business agility

3 ways technology can help build business agility

Learning technologies are here to stay, so it’s time we got smarter in the way we are using them. Our learner voice research with over 5000 workers  shows that 7 in 10 learners want to do their job faster and better. Is technology helping you do this and if not, why?...
Unlocking potential in Australasia

Unlocking potential in Australasia

In the first of our regional benchmark studies we consider the aspirations of learning leaders in Australia and New Zealand and the extent to which they are being met, the extent to which learning is underpinned by technology and the challenges faced. Since launching...
Be BOLD with your internal communications 

Be BOLD with your internal communications 

For any department looking to deliver and embed change and transformation, effective internal communications are essential. Here’s 10 tips to get you on right path and some BOLD suggestions from those who joined us at last month’s CLC Member Meeting.

From data to ta-da!

From data to ta-da!

Everybody’s talking about it and nobody wants to miss out. It has the potential to disrupt business, automate jobs, create competitive advantage and to transform learning. But data is also scary. The jargon associated with data is mind-blowing and bewildering, from...
Driving the new learning organisation

Driving the new learning organisation

In this article Laura Overton walks you through the state of play today and the principals behind the concept of the ‘New Learning Organisation’ – first introduced by Senge in 1990.

How to make your L&D strategy more responsive and relevant

How to make your L&D strategy more responsive and relevant

In our 2016-17 Learning Benchmark Report, Unlocking Potential, we unpacked five key outcomes that learning and business leaders are looking to deliver: improving efficiency, fine-tuning processes, boosting performance, cultivating agility and influencing culture. Our...
5 ways to boost performance through learning

5 ways to boost performance through learning

This year’s Learning Benchmark Report, Unlocking Potential, presents our research around five key outcomes: improving efficiency, fine-tuning processes, boosting performance, cultivating agility and influencing culture, that both learning leaders and business leaders are looking to deliver

In-Focus: Solving the Compliance Conundrum

In-Focus: Solving the Compliance Conundrum

Understanding of the tactics that support innovative, technology-enabled compliance training, this report aims to build confidence in people and risk professionals balancing the needs of the individual with the demands of the regulator.

Why measuring learning impact is more important than ever

Why measuring learning impact is more important than ever

Learning professionals should be playing a vital role in helping people and organisations thrive in times of change. However, to do this, they must be agile. This article, by LEO’s Imogen Casebourne and Gareth Jones, and Watershed’s Andrew Downes, explains the importance of measuring the impact of learning on business.

Unlocking the Potential of Learning at Work

Unlocking the Potential of Learning at Work

The way in which we acquire and assimilate information has changed in recent years, through technology as well as the rapidly changing world of work. The demand for skills, knowledge and capabilities is high, and removing learners from the workplace to attend formal learning courses isn’t always practical or feasible.

Why classroom facilitators play a critical role in digital innovation

Why classroom facilitators play a critical role in digital innovation

The classroom facilitator has a critical role to play in unlocking the potential of digital learning. But are they doing it? In this feature, we look at how L&D is incorporating digital learning and why, along with the role of classroom facilitators in the design, implementation and acceptance of that learning.

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