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Training Journal Interview reveals the History and Values Behind Towards Maturity

Training Journal Interview reveals the History and Values Behind Towards Maturity

In February, our CEO and Founder Laura Overton was featured in Training Journal’s ‘Spotlight On…’ series of interviews – if you’re curious about the history of Towards Maturity and how it has become an independent voice in the world of L&D, the article provides some key highlights in our journey and explains why Laura founded the organisation.

Towards Maturity Global Account

All users now require a Towards Maturity Global account to access the Benchmark Centre. If you have previously signed into the Benchmark Centre please register [TM reg form link] using the same email address in order to access your previous responses.

Most Businesses Not Yet Benefiting From Technology-Enabled Ethics and Compliance Training

London, UK: Today, Towards Maturity announced the findings of a new study sponsored by SAI Global, which found that despite an environment of record regulatory enforcements and personal liability for senior executives, most organisations are still applying a check-box approach to ethics and compliance training and failing to achieve the business goals they set out. This raises serious considerations for companies as they implement their programmes, with ethics and compliance failures continuing to dominate headlines.

Press: Towards Maturity Announces New 70:20:10 Performance Improvement Benchmarks

Since 2003, the Towards Maturity Benchmark Study™ has provided L&D leaders with confidential, individual feedback to improve the performance of their organisation, staff and L&D team. Now, the Personalised Benchmark Report™ received by all benchmark participants will include brand new indicators to demonstrate the extent to which L&D functions are implementing the 70:20:10 framework in their organisation.

Improve your learning technology results with free finance sector benchmark briefing

Towards Maturity would like to invite senior Learning & Development professionals, Organisational Development specialists and Talent Leaders in the finance sector to a new exclusive briefing. The event, the first sector specific briefing of its type, will detail the learning technologies benchmark data of 200 finance sector companies from Towards Maturity’s Benchmark Study over the last two years.

UK elearning community benefits from Towards Maturity benchmark

3rd July 2012, London: Members of the UK’s largest elearning community, the eLearning Network, are benefiting from the annual Towards Maturity learning benchmark study. Now it is urging other organisations to participate as part of its ongoing ‘Campaign for Effective Elearning’.

UK Business are missing out say Towards Maturity Ambassadors

UK business missing out on efficiency gains say heads of learning. LONDON, 19 April 2011: As cuts-ridden Britain emerges from recession it is missing out on a potential source of significant cost savings and efficiency gains, say heads of UK learning companies, because of outdated attitudes to training among top management.

Launch of 2010-11 Towards Maturity Benchmark survey

L&D must seize the day or risk losing credibility says new Towards Maturity Benchmark Survey LONDON, 29th November 2010. Heads of Learning & Development must grasp the opportunity offered by current circumstances to further innovative learning within their...

E-learning budget on the increase in the voluntary sector

The biggest survey of learning technologies in the voluntary sector ever undertaken has revealed some interesting findings. More than 80 charities – representing more than 50,000 staff and volunteers – took part in the survey, carried out by independent e-learning analysts Towards Maturity in partnership with the Charity Learning Consortium (CLC).  Findings revealed that:

Evidence for change – October Update

In September Towards Maturity launched a research programme called ‘Evidence for Change’. This came about as a result of industry feedback to provide hard and fast facts to illustrate how learning technology can help to deliver greater efficiencies within the workplace and add real bottom line benefits to business.

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