Workstar joins the Towards Maturity Ambassador Programme to support the changing landscape in Australia.
PurpleMedia joins Towards Maturity’s Ambassador Programme to help learning teams reap increased agility and engagement.
Global HR and L&D professionals across 22 countries discussed digital transformation, making a case for blended and mobile learning, knowledge management best practices and much more at the 7th annual Speexx Exchange 2016.
Learn how organisations can uncover and harness the wealth of knowledge residing in their workforce, and in their extended enterprise.
On 17 November, we launched our annual Learning Benchmark Report – Unlocking Potential. At the VIP preview, we asked people how the insights shared in this year’s report can help businesses get more out of learning. Hear what they have to say and see who’s blogged about the report so far.
We are pleased to announce that Dossier Solutions have joined us as our first Norwegian Ambassador.
Check out the shortlist of nominees for this year’s Learning Technologies Awards – a celebration of everything excellent in L&D.
Speexx offers three tips to help today’s L&D teams adapt to the changing dynamic of today’s workforce and its learning methods.
Louise Pasterfield from Sponge UK explores Towards Maturity data to uncover practical ideas that could inspire change in your organisation.
Mindset, behaviour, values and the ability to reflect, change and grow are all valuable characteristics – but are they being nurtured? Kirsty Greany
Fit for Purpose, Fit for the Future: Towards Maturity Urges L&D Teams to Champion Performance Improvement
Towards Maturity calls on L&D teams to check their performance now, in order to help them prepare for the future.
The L&D function needs to ensure it has the skills it needs to deliver new learning, as a third of organisations plan to increase their training budget.
Award-winning e-learning provider Learning Pool has become a part of Towards Maturity’s Ambassador Programme, supporting its annual Industry Benchmark Study and joining forces to add value to the corporate learning industry.
Ian Baxter explores how to make mobile learning a success and references 5 great real-life customer examples of how it can be harnessed at the point of need.
Short on time? Towards Maturity’s Industry Benchmark Report scored highly in getAbstract’s summary. Download it here.
We’ve curated some of the first reaction statements to the 2015-16 Towards Maturity Benchmark Report.
Kevin Young of Skillsoft highlights where talent development is headed, how we need to change L&D delivery and what you can do about it.
We are really excited to see the 2015 e-Learning Awards shortlist announced – Towards Maturity Ambassadors and previous Benchmark participants feature in 35 of the 145 shortlisted organisations.
Reed Learning, a leading global provider of learning solutions and part of the REED Group, today announced that it is the newest member of the Towards Maturity Ambassador Programme, an elite group of industry leaders who support independent L&D benchmarking around the globe.
Many L&D leaders today struggle to engage the C-level in their organisations, meaning that it can be difficult to get learning on the boardroom agenda. Here are crowdsourced ideas from L&D leaders on how to use evidence more effectively to bring the subject of learning into the boardroom.
Guest contributer John Helmer shares six principles Lumesse identified whilst working with Vodafone, that brought success in an organisation spread around the globe.
Speexx draws on lessons from over 70,000 corporate and academic learners, in order to communicate more effectively around the globe.
In this short video, Andy Lancaster, Head of Learning and Development at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, explains what benchmarking involves and how L&D leaders can use the benchmark process to reflect on current practices and align them with business objectives.
Here’s our feature on the best events and places to connect at the LT Summer Forum.
It’s worth your time, trust us!
New CIPD/Towards Maturity research looks at the skills gaps that need to be addressed if L&D are to respond more effectively to change.
Towards Maturity Ambassador DPG launches new L&D Business Partner programme
Rob Keery from Brightwave explores the potential of using three-dimensions in e-learning, unfolding when, why and how you should go 3D.
How do you ensure that your team have consistent skills when they are dispersed around the world?
An invitation to join Charles Jennings on the 23rd of April in London to explore how the 70:20:10 framework can help you support your learners more effectively.
Piers Lea details why LEO places data analysis at the core of L&D strategy; reflecting on personalisation, responsiveness and LRS.
It’s as true for learning as anywhere else: first impressions count. If you’re recruiting new team members, you want to ensure that the support you offer them sets the right tone from the very beginning. You want them to feel that they have made a great decision to join you – and their onboarding process plays a huge part in that. Yet all too often, it fails to make the necessary impact.3
After a great show, here’s our insights, takeaways and a host of fantastic resources that you’re bound to benefit from.
Skillsoft, DPG Global and GoodPractice join an elite group of industry leaders supporting independent L&D benchmarking around the globe.
Our 2014-15 Benchmark Modernising Learning: Delivering Results shows that learning innovation done well delivers bottom line results. There is no better way to find out how to do this than booking a few days out to visit Learning Technologies show in London on Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th January.
On 30th October, LEO and Towards Maturity collaborated in an exclusive pre-launch event to release the report’s results a week early to senior L&D leaders. The responses collected in this event were included in the final report, contributing more valuable insights into the industry and providing practical and actionable tips.
The Towards Maturity’s 2014 Benchmark Report, Modernising Learning: Delivering Results, is causing quite a stir this year.
Over 550 guests gathered last night at the glorious e-learning awards to celebrate the industry’s finest. Following fine champagne and excellent company (with a side order of smoking lemons), we at last found out who were the winners from a staggering shortlist of 129 amazing projects.
Towards Maturity welcomes leading e-learning company, Sponge UK, into the thought-leadership Ambassador Programme, which supports Towards Maturity’s annual Benchmark Study aimed at helping businesses change and grow through learning innovation.
Last night we said a very fond farewell to Epic and Line Communications – two of Towards Maturity’s founding Ambassadors – and welcomed LEO, the new Learning Technology Group (LTG) company formed from this merger of equals.
Members of the Charity Learning Consortium have been using the Towards Maturity Model since 2010, as an independent framework to review their current learning practices and compare their results with their peers, both within the sector and beyond. This process not only highlighted common challenges faced amongst members, but also areas of effective practices that needed to be addressed.
Do you need practical answers for a world demanding innovation?
The Learning Technologies 2014 Summer Forum is the unique follow-up event to Learning Technologies 2014 and will take place at Olympia 2 on 17th June 2014. Here is our summary of our thoughts on the best conference sessions, free resources and seminars! OK a bit biased but hopefully useful none the less!
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!
Speexx wins the prestigious 2013 IELA Award. International body celebrates Speexx’s continued success as an outstanding and innovative blended learning solution provider
Looking for new ways to engage your business with learning? Check out our recommendations for the L&S group Summer Forum. If you haven’t had a moment to register for the L&S Summer Forum on the 18th of June then do it now!
Arrow Electronics provides electronic components and computing solutions around the world, and like many multinational businesses, it needs to respond quickly to increased globalisation.
In 2012, one of the major talking points in the learning community was mobile and a number of those conversations featured BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device.
A report published today by learndirect has laid bare the challenges facing employers as they attempt to introduce learning technologies to their businesses.
Over 70% of companies are planning to implement mobile learning in the next 2 years according to Towards Maturity’s research.
Piers Lea, CEO of Line Communications, uncovers the arguments and key choices around deploying apps and responsive design:
An increasing number of organisations are beginning to realise that integrating learning technologies within the workplace can dramatically improve staff skills and organisational productivity.
Towards Maturity’s 2012 Benchmark Study highlights the major business benefits achieved through learning technologies
The rapidly evolving landscape of mobile devices means that learners’ expectations are starting to change. People increasingly want to take the same flexible approach to learning that they have adopted for email, shopping, etc.
One of Europe’s leading providers of learning and talent management solutions IMC, has joined Towards Maturity’s growing Ambassador Programme.
A market leader in learning solutions, Redware has joined Towards Maturity’s prestigious Ambassador Programme.
One of the UK’s largest business learning providers, QA pledges support to sharing good practice through Towards Maturity’s renowned Ambassador Programme.
Earlier this year, Brightwave hosted a debate at Learning Technologies called Heads in the Cloud, which explored how learning content strategies need to evolve in the workplace to meet current performance demands. Here we explore some of the debate findings and what it means for the way organisations support the end customer.
Information Transfer has changed its name to Acteon Communication and Learning. Whilst e2train has changed its name to Kallidus
The popularity of this year’s Towards Maturity Benchmark Study has led the benchmarking research company, to extend the deadline by two weeks to August the 21st 2012. Participants can continue to take part online at http://svy.mk/TMBm12
TAKE PART IN THE 2012 BENCHMARK STUDY TODAY BY CLICKING HERE. Update – the 2012 Benchmark has now been extended to 21st August. Benchmark research company, Towards Maturity launches its Benchmark Study, the largest benchmark study of its type in Europe.
Upside Learning, a globally recognized leader in training outsourcing, Custom eLearning, Mobile Learning and Learning Management System, has joined Towards Maturity’s growing international Ambassador Programme.
With increased demand for languages, organisations that embrace new technologies in their learning will see the greatest results.
London, April 25 2012 – MindLeaders, a leading provider of elearning technologies and blended learning solutions has joined Towards Maturity’s Ambassador Programme to encourage its global customer base to benchmark and share good practice.
Sitting down with Wallace and Gromit, the kids, and lots of Easter chocolate offers a great opportunity to put pen to paper for the Towards Maturity newsletter. Though nowadays it’s rarely pen to paper – more like fingers to keypad, which is just another example of how technology quickly becomes deeply embedded in everyday activities.
A group of 17 industry experts, including eight CEOs recently attended benchmarking research company, Towards Maturity’s Ambassador meeting to discuss trends influencing successful learning technology adoption, which will help shape the 2012 benchmark study.
According to research, learning technologies are being embraced by organisations like never before. Fantastic! In the bid to do ‘more for less’ this makes perfect economic sense.
LONDON, November 28 2011 – Learning and talent management software provider e2train has joined Towards Maturity’s growing Ambassador Programme of leading learning organisations.