The Wuppertaler Kreis e.V. – Federal Association for Training and Development is the association of leading suppliers of further training. More than 1.3 million professionals and business leaders have taken part in its training events in 2019. As in the previous years, the Wuppertaler Kreis has once more published its study “Trends in Further training” […]

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The April 2002 edition of Harvard Business Review has an article by Darrell K Rigby called “look before you lay off”. It has been helpfully reprinted in April 2020. It focuses on the August 2000 downturn, and looks at the data from those S & P 500 companies that laid off a total of 500,000 […]

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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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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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On the 23th of May 2019 and after three years of project duration the responsible ‘blink‘ team has now drawn their conclusion at the closing conference. The abbreviation ‘blink‘ stands in for ‘berufsbezogen lernen inklusiv‘ – German for ‘inclusive occupational learning‘. DEKRA Media, the mmb Institute and the IMBSE GmbH have conceptualised and executed the […]

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Dynamic, interactive and innovative learning is one objective of the future learning centre of St Gallen University. Professor Andrea Back in conversation with “Learning Insights” explains how new approaches shape the architecture of this „HSG Learning Center“ and how agile project management is commonly misunderstood. Professor Back teaches business economics with a special focus on […]

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Nigel Paine talks to learning & performance consultant and researcher Will Thalheimer about course evaluation and in particular the Kirkpatrick/Katzell model and his own new LTEM model. Links: Will Thalheimer’s Blog www.worklearning.com Video courtesy of Learning Now TV ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Image sources: © Learning Now TV

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