Applying Bloom’s Taxonomy

As the use of various learning technologies becomes commonplace in training departments, a perception has been building that implies that you can force fit any content into any technology. There are several fundamental problems with this perception: We are looking at entire programs (i.e. project management or sales training) and attempting to force the entire [...]

Concept of Learning

Every so often a new “flavour of the month” comes along in learning and development (L&D) – and one of the hottest topics among training professionals at the moment is the concept of 70:20:10. Popularised by consultant and former chief learning officer Charles Jennings, director of the 70:20:10 Forum, the 70:20:10 concept centres around the [...]

5 Trends for the Future of Learning and Development

Five key trends and best practices that companies should consider include the use of mobile technology, adoption of social learning tools, alignment with corporate objectives, use of adaptive learning principles, and the ability to measure effectiveness. In today’s world, organizations that fail to adjust their learning management practices and solutions often struggle with organizational [...]


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