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.
ERR took two golds for Best Simulation or Virtual Environment and Best E-learning Project – Private Sector, as well as a collection of silver and bronze trophies for Team of the Year and Best Blended Learning. In this case study, we explore how they did it and what we can learn from them.
Towards Maturity and the CIPD have recently launched a new report L&D Evolving Roles: Enhancing Skills that considers the future direction of L&D and the skills that they need to get there.
Powerful research from nearly 500 hundred organisations shows how mobile technology can be successfully incorporated into the workplace.
Do you need practical answers for a world demanding innovation?
Over 50 L&D practitioners gathered together to explore ways to make the most of your learning without reinventing the wheel.
The Learner Voice is a new Towards Maturity series designed to help L&D managers challenge their assumptions about workplace learning and to identify new opportunities to connect with and engage their staff. In part 1 we look at how 2,000 learners in the private sector are learning what they need to do their jobs!
Read this case study to understand why Unit 9 and the Resuscitation Council walked away with so many gold awards at the November 2013 elearning awards ceremony.
Helen Bingham and Alison Potter, NHS in conversation at the #LT14UK Towards Maturity eXchange – Report by Genny Dixon
Today’s successful workplaces are fast moving, global and digital. Learning innovation, done well, delivers results that can support sustainable, agile workplaces. Business and learning leaders alike need to expect more.
Towards Maturity’s own Laura Overton is one of a number of e-learning experts to have contributed to a must-read book on e-learning, called The Really Useful eLearning Instruction Manual.
This presentation will be invaluable for any organisation looking to build a business case for mobile learning.
The mobile opportunity. In the modern workplace, mobile devices provide a tangible option for completing every kind of business task. And we know the power of the mobile for supporting learning and performance.
At a recent LINE event at the Royal Institution Towards Maturity’s own Laura Overton was invited to speak on mobile learning and reflect on its impact upon organisation and strategy.
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.
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:
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.
Eversheds, a progressive, international law firm, is turning office and travelling time into more productive learning time using a blend of technologies.
Table of contents for the 2011-12 Towards Maturity Benchmark Report – Boosting Business Agility
LONDON, October 16 2011 – Benchmarking company, Towards Maturity is releasing the preliminary results of its popular 2011 Benchmark Study following presentations at major learning events in Birmingham, Vienna and London this week, including Learning Live, GlobalEnglish’s GlobalExchanges event and Charity Learning Consortium annual conference.
In the 2011 Towards Maturity Benchmark Study we are for the first time including an investigation on the challenges and benefits of mobile learning in supporting workplace performance. We would love to know your views and invite you to participate!
Learning Technologies at Olympia 2 on the 26th and 27th of January is definitely the UK event not to be missed if you are looking for inspiring ideas (for free!). Here are our 23 reasons to attend!
This great little video , posted by Tribal on YouTube recently is a wonderful example of how creative use of technology, together with the personal touch ( in this case, encouragement and support by one of the 22,000 Union learn reps) can deliver learning right at the point of need.
Mobile learning is gaining momentum as devices become more ubiquitous. This free guide is the latest in a series published by Kineo and UfI and explores the opportunities available for learning on the move.
There’s been a surge of interest recently in podcasting among learning and development professionals. Behind the hype, though, hard information seems hard to find. Donald H Taylor,one of the Towards Maturity Virtual Advisorty Members, outlines some ways to get started and make your mark with podcasting on TrainingZone.
Kineo and Ufi, have produced a free guide for those new to podcasting that explores the potential of podcasting. It covers:
This case study looks at how BT addressed the challenges of providing and monitoring learning for 30,000 field engineers. It looks at the challenges that were addressed in meeting the needs of a dispersed audience and outlines the practicalities of using the mobile phone to provide and assess learning. BT were shortlisted in the e-learning awards 2006 for this implementation
Following the introduction of the National Certificate for Licences, this innovative programme, using the el-box tablet PC developed by Creative Learning Media for Brewers Fayre pubs in the Whitbread Group, reflects a high level of audience sensitivity with 86% out of 9,600 staff now preferring this method of learning.