The Principals of the Internet Time Alliance decided to take a collective look ahead to the new year, and share our predictions. You’ll see overlap but also unique perspectives: Charles JenningsAn increasing number of organisations, independent of size, nature or location, will acknowledge that their traditional training and development models and processes are failing to live up
Determinism is the philosophical idea that every event, including every human decision and action, is the inevitable result of preceding actions and that, given certain conditions, there is only one outcome. Nothing else can happen. Deterministic views of the world assume everything is a jigsaw puzzle rather then a chess game and that for every
This post is adapted from a commentary written for the Spark Interactive / ClerkWell 2012 Digital Customer Experience Report – an annual industry report that focuses on customer engagement and how businesses are using digital means to build closer relationships and interact with their consumers. You can download the report from the Spark Interactive website.
Until relatively recently I’d bought into the argument that organising regulatory and compliance training is one of the important and necessary tasks for an L&D department. Virtually every organisation has regulatory and compliance requirements it needs to meet. In highly regulated industries even more so. So it seemed sensible then that part of the obligation
Yesterday, scientists at Europe’s CERN research centre announced that they have found a new subatomic particle that behaves like the much sought-after Higgs boson, the ‘god particle’ (or ‘goddamn particle’). The discovery of this elusive, ethereal particle represents a major breakthrough in our understanding of the universe. So what does this have to do with
Remembering Prof. Allan Tough (died 27 April 2012 aged 76 years) – a great man, a pioneer researcher into self-directed learning, a futurist, and author. Allen’s research was fundamental to 70:20:10 thinking. During the past 6 weeks I’ve had the pleasure of working with representatives from more than 60 organisations in a series of master