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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Learning and development cannot be considered separate from the daily work. Those who know this are able to successfully establish L&D in their organsation. This and other important parts of a learning culture are presented by Nigel Paine in his new video.

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Needs for further education are rarely equal to each other. Nevertheless, stock content with little concern for individual problem solving is often used. With his point of view on „order takers“ in learning & development, Nigel Paine explains why a rethinking needs to happen. More information on the topic: https://blog.cathy-moore.com

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It is undisputed that forgetting is a normal mechanism of the brain. In the face of an ever-increasing flood of information, it is also an important aid. In the new learning insights format „standpoint“, Wolfgang Reichelt reports on how to ensure that as much of the newly learned information as possible is retained by learners […]

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The digitisation of work and learning also poses great challenges for globally active businesses such as Bayer AG. In an interview with Learning Insights, Andreas Schön of the Learning & Training department at Bayer gives an overview of chances and perspectives of digital formats for further education and explains the decisive influence management has on […]

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Dr. Peter Littig talks to Dr. Barbara Burger, researcher and consultant at the GAB in Munich, about the ELSa project that focuses on self-organised learning. An important question is how the role of teachers will change in the near future. Link: Projekt ELSa English subtitles are available by clicking on the CC symbol in the […]

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