In a previous post we drew a metaphor with a great cook. What should s/he do to be ready to feed a whole city? In a training environment, the question would be: what do you need to do to deliver exponentially growing amounts of training while keeping effectiveness? Referring to this cook, I intended to
“We did it”! From training centres to corporate universities, from project managers to trainers, many of us noticed how considerably 2020 speeded up the digital transformation of training, i.e. the switch to distance learning. In actual fact, everything changed at once: our course designs, our working tools, and our approaches and teaching practices. So what
There is no doubt we have all been facing uncertainty since early 2020. You could argue that uncertainty is always part of the business landscape, even during the good times. As such, companies must always be resilient in order to cope with the changing demands and challenges of the day.
The world of business is being disrupted all the time. The recent health crisis has certainly accelerated that disruption, but the need for new skills in the digital era remains paramount. In this short video, I talk about the challenges facing businesses in the digital era. In particular, there is a need to reskill and
All employees who manage a project team, business unit or community must develop their leadership skills. As technologies develop, human aspects will become increasingly important.
The business world experienced rapid change before the health crisis. However, the pandemic highlighted the need to upskill everybody – from employees through to leadership – to deal effectively with new challenges. In this short video, I talk about the specific demands facing global businesses today in light of the health crisis. Firstly, companies need
The shift to digital has had a profound effect on how we work, and that shift has only accelerated during the health crisis. Remote working has now become the norm for many employees and leaders. This has its advantages in terms of convenience but also presents challenges, particularly when it comes to leadership where there