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Laura Overton will be speaking at the CIPD L&D show in May. Come and be challenged, inspired and equipped to lead your team into the future.
10 years ago, when we gathered insights for our first report ‘Linking Learning to Business’ (1), the business challenges driving change were, on the surface, similar to today: speed of change, customer retention, revenue growth and efficiency.
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.
This report presents the evidence for L&D leaders to help understand and consider how best to demonstrate the value that L&D can bring to business leaders and learners. We explore the tactics that lead to greater impact amongst top performing learning organisations to demonstrate value and identify how data can be used to build performance.
The National Centre for Applied Learning Technologies (NCALT) was established in April 2002 and is a collaboration between the National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA) and the Metropolitan Police (MPS).
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.
Everyone is talking about using learning technologies to help deliver more with less but how does your experience compare with others?
Technology has already transformed our personal and business lives, but its impact on learning and development has been patchy. Yes, e-learning has grown steadily, but only a few of its possibilities have been exploited and far too few trainers feel they have any role to play in its usage. Towards Maturity Enterprises Ltd has launched a new booklet, What every learning and development professional needs to know about e-learning, to help remedy this situation.
Earning a ‘Special Mention Commendation’ for ‘Most Innovative Application of Learning Technology’ in the 2008 e-learning Awards, this case study explores how an innovative approach has connected ‘learning to performance’ at Bupa delivering benefits to individuals and the business.
Over the past 20 years SABMiller has grown rapidly from its original South African base into a truly global player. Today the organisation is the world’s 2nd largest brewer, with brewing interests or major distribution agreements in over 60 countries spread across six continents.
Our latest interview with Wendy Stubbs, Learning Innovation Manager at British Airways looks at the learning journeys that both she and BA have been taking over the last decade.
An ambitious blended learning programme that cut cost and reduced development time by 80% whilst maintaining effectiveness and quality.
In the 2008 e-learning Awards the National Centre of Applied Learning Technologies (NCALT) achieved unprecedented success as winner of the ‘e-learning industry award for outstanding achievement – corporate’, Gold Winner for ‘Excellence in the Production of Learning Content’ and earning ‘Special Mention’ in the ‘Best e-learning project securing widespread adoption’.
This is the story of how a blended management development programme successfully improved the behaviours of managers, based around the globe, in developing countries.
Driving Business Benefits – the UK’s comprehensive review of Learning Technologies at work is launched today.
Driving Business Benefits – the UK’s comprehensive review of Learning Technologies at work was launched on the 28th January 2009.
Next Generation Learning @ Work interview with Charles Jennings discusses Thomson Reuters Global Learning Strategy
We were thrilled to talk to Charles Jennings , winner of the outstanding contribution to the learning Industry at Wolce this year just before Christmas.
Toyota Motor Europe NV/SA (TME) oversees the wholesale sales and marketing of Toyota and Lexus vehicles, parts and accessories, and Toyota’s European manufacturing and engineering operations.
The Learning Technologies conference, now in its tenth year, attracts many of the world’s leading learning speakers, thinkers, visionaries and practitioners and over 350 conference delegates.
A national campaign to improve awareness of the benefits of adopting learning technologies in the workplace was launched last night at the E-learning awards 2008. (Download the launch speech below)