May 15th 2014

Spring Symposium 2014 – Interview with Owen Ferguson, GoodPractice

Owen Ferguson, Product Development Director at GoodPractice, identifies the major challenges facing HR leaders today and summarises the current learning habits of managers.

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July 17th 2017

Webinar: Transforming the Learning Function

Building sustainable performance means organisations have to be able to adapt at speed to changes in their environment. Therefore organisations’ capacity to learn and reinvent themselves is a critical capability today. This webinar explored the state of play in the learning function today, how well equipped it is for success in today’s business context, and where the opportunities lie for improving performance.

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December 3rd 2018

Progress - Issue 6 (Full Edition)

The sixth edition of of our e-magazine - Progress - takes a look at the number of topics including the future of work, building high-performing teams, the value of HR analytics and the skills required to succeed in a top HR role. In each issue of Progress we focus on three areas important for every HR professional - your organisation, your role and your career.

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June 24th 2011

The 70/20/10 Learning Model: Fact or Fashion?

A summary of the June 2011 L&D Interest Group meeting that looked at 70-20-10 approach to learning. The validly an application of the model are considered.

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May 15th 2014

What Managers Want – Owen Ferguson, GoodPractice

GoodPractice present their extensive research in this interactive presentation focusing on believes and assumptions of managers which will assist anyone in having better conversations with managers across organisations.

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  • Learning and Development
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June 14th 2012

The Impact of Technology and Social Media on Learning

Using expert contributors and five case studies, this research report describes how learning and technology/social media are changing, along with impacts that have to be anticipated and managed.

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  • Career Planning
  • Developing Employees
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June 14th 2012

Executive Summary: The Impact of Technology and Social Media on Learning

Using expert contributors and five case studies, this executive summary of the full research report on the Impact of Technology and Social Media on Learning, describes how learning and technology/social media are changing, along with impacts that have to be anticipated and managed.

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  • Analytics
  • Career Planning
  • Developing Employees
  • Learning and Development
  • Research & Development
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