Do you still remember your first job application? I wrote mine in the eighties at the end of my time as a student on my old typewriter, which my father had left me. I spent a whole weekend typing on the gray-colored “Triumph Adler” for this. But it was worth it! Because a short time […]

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How can an organisation spark enthusiasm for the challenges of digitisation amongst its staff? HR manager and member of the board of Phoenix Contact, Professor Gunther Olesch, discusses with Dr. Peter Littig why a shared vision often has more of an effect than simple facts about the company’s objectives. They also talk about the role […]

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How can we make the best out of working from home? Nigel Paine spends many hours working from home during the corona lockdown. In this video, he shares his top tips for successfully working from home and explains why you can’t compare hours worked from home and hours worked in the office.

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When the corona crisis caused lessons to be moved to the digital world, it became very clear very quickly that many educational facilities lacked both the technical infrastructure and the necessary know how. But how are pupils supposed to develop media skills if the institutions are not adequately equipped? In his new video, Wolfgang Reichelt […]

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In his talk with “Learning Insights”, university lecturer and consultant Peter Baumgartner discusses why the human factor will continue to play a decisive role in the learning process in spite of new digital possibilities. More about Peter Baumgartner : www.peterbaumgartner.at

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L&D professionals who rely on technology as a panacea will fail, says Nigel Paine. His new video summarises why it is people, after all, who make technology work – and not the other way around.

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Be it chat bots or facial recognition – artificial intelligence, AI for short, is used in more and more areas of daily life. This poses many new questions, especially for learning and development. Dr. Lutz Michel of mmb Institute summarises the current status of AI and tries to find out if AI changes the way […]

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A disruptive cut is needed to trigger the necessary transformation to get vocational education ready for the here and now. This is the hypothesis of consultant Andreas Schneider of White Table Solution in the fourth part of his interview with Learning Insights. Learn more about White Table Solution : http://www.white-table-solution.de/ In discussion with Andreas […]

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Establishing new didactic models in vocational education requires a changed self-conception on the side of training staff. The way this fits in with the concept of learning process companions and why the analogue world will always remain an integral part of learning are questions that will be discussed by consultant Andreas Schneider of White Table […]

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