Is 2017 the year of machine learning?
Statistics and predictive analysis have been around for a long time, but what’s different today is that we have the tools to use them for almost everything
Civil servants unhappy with their L&D – survey
Half of UK civil servants are unhappy with the learning and development aspect of their jobs, according to a recent survey
How your employees can start 2017 with a bang
The end of the holidays can be a miserable time for some, but there are ways to make the most of how we think about our work, how we think about ourselves at work and how we can use these insights to be at our best
Is one-size-fits-all learning dead?
One-size-fits-all training was once considered the norm, but most organisations and employees now find them insufficient, says Sun Kim, vice-president of a cloud-based provider
The brain’s vital impact on learning
While cognitive science is undoubtedly complex in nature, an understanding of its basics can provide vast benefits to your organisation and its employees
Why Australian L&D needs a mentoring revolution
The way in which employees work, and want to work, has significantly shifted in the last five years, says Heidi Holmes, co-founder of MentorLoop