How to inspire an appetite for learning

I guess many companies have survived over many years without what we've started to call a 'learning culture' but without doubt, it's a major benefit in modern business. When Kaplan & Norton first published their 'balanced score card' method in the mid 1990's, it was interesting to note their attention to learning.

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Things to look for in a new training provider

Whether you are looking for a training provider for the first time or looking to replace an existing supplier with an new one, there are a number of things that are important to keep in mind. We’ve summarised some key thoughts to help you select the perfect relationship that will deliver great learning experiences for years to come.

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Is your current performance management framework frustrating your organisation?

The way we work continues to change. Technology is making us increasingly mobile, where we work is more flexible, the expected is superseded by the unexpected, planning is shorter and what may happen next year is often a mystery. With this backdrop, some organisations are finding their staff are increasingly frustrated with the annual round of performance management.

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Informal Learning – Bus or Bike?

Formal learning is a bit like a bus. The learner gets on and the driver takes them on a journey from A to B. Informal learning is like a bike, the learner gets on and chooses where, when and how fast they make their journey. Some people suggest that formal learning is dead and informal learning will take over but informal learning is not superior to formal.

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