Understanding the needs and expectations of generation Z, the latest cohort to enter the workforce, is fundamental to get workplace learning right
‘L&D programmes should be in alignment with the employee’s long-term personal goals’
Splitting training into bite-sized chunks, fitted around employee schedules and suited to their own pace, is trending in learning and development, but careful implementation is crucial
Organisations are increasingly choosing to move away from top-down development frameworks and empower employees by using a more learner-centred approach to workplace learning and development
Whether learning and development should reside within human resources or alongside as its own empowered business unit remains a contentious issue
Making a business case for investment in learning and development requires a new way of thinking
Machines that can obtain information from images and multi-dimensional data have been around for years, but what does the future hold for computer vision?
Business leaders are wrestling with how to integrate formal and informal learning spaces at work to nurture a necessary upskilling culture