Early in 2015, Vodafone UK introduced a mobile platform that radically changed their approach to both learning and internal communications across their Retail estate. The result had a direct impact on business.
If you want to engage learners and affect compliant behaviour, check out this recorded webinar with SAI Global, for new insights that will help you move things forward
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 grapple with the continuing issue of building skills in the L&D team, offering advice on how to get started and make progress.
Nigel Paine and Clive Shepherd, two of Towards Maturity’s longstanding supporters, explain the benefits of benchmarking.
The 2015 Towards Maturity Benchmark closed this summer after 600 L&D leaders from 55 countries used the review process to reflect on their current strategies and improve the performance of their L&D teams. The full findings were released on 5th November during a webinar in conjunction with the Learning and Skills Group – download the report here.
Join Laura Overton, Julian Stodd and Andrew Jacobs in this CIPD Podcast, as they share their perspectives on what alignment with the business looks like in a VUCA world.
You are wrong if you are expecting me to start crystal-ball gazing to identify the future shape of corporate learning and development. At Towards Maturity, we’re in the privileged position of being able to share some early insights into real evidence of how L&D leaders see the future unfolding.
From a business perspective, the focus on data-driven decision making is big news. Research from MIT and IBM showed that analytics trumped intuition every time with top performers five times more likely to be using analytics than low performers.
Speexx draws on lessons from over 70,000 corporate and academic learners, in order to communicate more effectively around the globe.
Everyone is talking about it – DATA! Big data, little data, HR, talent learning analytics of every kind. You name it, somebody somewhere is counting it. But why the big fuss?