L&D, specialism and accessibility

L&D, specialism and accessibility

I love the L&D profession. I know great people doing great work in enabling organisations and people to flourish. I also lament, at times, the profession's ability to progress its own thinking and activity and a reliance on outmoded methodologies or thinking. I say 'lament' because I don't think in the time I've been involved [...]

Classroom learning – and why some organisations still need it

Classroom learning has become increasingly viewed as an anachronistic method of helping people learn. It is said that it is of no benefit to the learner, a crutch for the 'trainer' and has no long term benefit. I prefer to see us, as a profession, increase our use of tools and investigate the most appropriate [...]