Small Steps Leading to Real Change

Small Steps Leading to Real Change

“Small steps leading to real change” is what Martin Baker, CEO and founder of The Charity Learning Consortium says about our report ‘The Transformation Curve’. One of the key messages of the report is that transformation happens in stages and that organisations have to keep taking small steps in the right direction.

Fuse interviews Laura Overton on Unlocking Potential

Fuse interviews Laura Overton on Unlocking Potential

Fuse Universal is a technology company helping enterprise, education and public sector organisations revolutionise online learning, knowledge sharing and communication in the workplace. They invited our CEO and Founder Laura Overton, to talk about our latest annual Benchmark Report, Unlocking Potential, and discuss what the insights mean for today’s learning professionals.

The Pensions Regulator

Terry Clayworth, Manager, Regulated Community Learning,looks at how The Pensions Regulator decided to use e-learning to help them address the challenge of reaching 100,000 trustees in a wide range of large and small businesses.He outlines practical lessons on

Legal & General talk about Minimising Fraud Risk via e-learning

As a Financial Services provider, Legal & General is an obvious target for financial crime. They must minimise the risk of fraud by ensuring that their employees are aware of fraud trends, are able to recognise criminal behaviours, methods and activities and know how to report fraudulent activity.

Building 21st century L&D skills at Cheshire ICT Services

In this podcast, Julie Wedgwood, Julie Wedgwood Head of ICT Education Training and Development at Cheshire ICT Service outlines how her learning and development team built their skills and confidence with web 2.0 technologies to deliver improved learning services on a tiny budget.

Exploring e-learning

In this interview, Brian Runciman, Managing Editor from the BCS interviews Laura Overton, Towards Maturity and Clive Shepherd, chair of the eLearning Network to find out answers to questions that everyone new to e-learning wants to know:

Building Business Performance with Social Media

The latest Towards Maturity benchmark report showed that new media such as podcasting , blogs and wikis are on the increase but what real business benefits are they bringing? With so many new tools and so little time available, how can we get started?

Clive Shepherd Podcast Part 2 (Audio)

The ‘Towards Maturity’ study confirms that ‘Mature’ organisations in the application of technology to learning report improved business productivity, had more motivated staff and an increased take up of learning.

Clive Shepherd Podcast Part 1 (Audio)

The ‘Towards Maturity’ study confirms that ‘Mature’ organisations in the application of technology to learning report improved business productivity, had more motivated staff and an increased take up of learning.

Innovation at City&Guilds

City & Guilds have enjoyed 7 years of success with their GOLA capability and have seen over 3/4 million candidates take their high stake exams online. In this presentation Dr Kenney- Wallace outlines lessons and perspectives from their learners and passes on some hints and tips for successful learning partnerships.

Innovation at City&Guilds (Audio)

City & Guilds have enjoyed 7 years of success with their GOLA capability and have seen over 3/4 million candidates take their high stake exams online. In this presentation Dr Kenney- Wallace outlines lessons and perspectives from their learners and passes on some hints and tips for successful learning partnerships.

Uniaid presentation from Alistair Lomax CEO(Video)

Engaging learners is one of the toughest challenges but Uniaid and their learning partner Epic managed to attract over 2.3 million students. Uniaid is a student charity helping students manage their finance through a range of online games and tools.

Uniaid presentation from Alistair Lomax CEO(Audio)

Engaging learners is one of the toughest challenges but Uniaid and their learning partner Epic managed to attract over 2.3 million students. Uniaid is a student charity helping students manage their finance through a range of online games and tools.

e-Learning for Healthcare Podcast Part 1(Audio)

Julia Moore, the National Director of e-Learning for Healthcare in the NHS, gives a fascinating insight into the use of e-learning in training Radiologists.  This implementation won the e-learning content award in November 2007.

elearn2work – meeting small business needs(Audio full length Podcast)

The eLearn2work project in South Yorkshire is an action research project to understand how e-learning can help small businesses improve their productivity.  This interview with Michael Thornton of Knowlegebase UK ( a lead partner in the project) is suitable for any education practioner looking to engage small businesses and work more effectively together.

Reuters (Video Short summary)

Charles Jennings took part in a recent interview with the Towards Maturity project team to look discuss how technology is being used to support the needs of the knowledge worker in the 21st century.

Reuters Interview Part 1

Charles Jennings took part in a recent interview with the Towards Maturity project team to look discuss how technology is being used to support the needs of the knowledge worker in the 21st century.

Reuters Interview Part 2

Charles Jennings took part in a recent interview with the Towards Maturity project team to look discuss how technology is being used to support the needs of the knowledge worker in the 21st century.

Connecting for Health – e-learning at the NHS Part 1

Dr Phillip Candy,  Director of Education, Training and Development, NHS Connecting for Health took part in a recent interview with the Towards Maturity project team to discuss how technology is being harnessed to support the skills of a million staff.

The Pensions Regulator (Video Short Podcast)

Terry Clayworth, Manager, Regulated Community Learning, looks at how The Pensions Regulator decided to use e-learning to help them address the challenge of reaching 100,000 trustees in a wide range of large and small businesses.

Connecting for Health – e-learning at the NHS Part 2

Dr Phillip Candy,  Director of Education, Training and Development, NHS Connecting for Health took part in a recent interview with the Towards Maturity project team to look discuss how technology is being harnessed to support the skills of a million staff.

e-learning at Lloyds TSB

LLoyds TSB have been using e-learning in the workplace for many years, they are now mature users of e-learning where it is accepted as ‘the way we do things around here’.

RBS: Impact of new technologies on staff training, learning and development – Interview with Jim McLaughlin

This interview investigates how Jim McLaughlin (Head of Learning for the Royal Bank of Scotland Group) is using technologies and how they are impacting both training and development, staff and learners within the group.  He outlines how they are exploring new technologies such as blogs, virtual classrooms, Ipods etc to address different needs via an approach of trial and experimentation.

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