How To Present A Winning Virtual Class
Kevin Hope | 22 August 2017

How To Present A Winning Virtual Class

When you have created the slides and script for your Virtual Class, your attention turns to how you are going to present it. A class can be brilliantly planned, but if the execution is un-engaging and, at worst, shoddy and unprofessional, then it can have a detrimental effect on the outcome.
Listening To The Learner
Mathilde Bourdat | 15 August 2017

To what extent do we really take account of a learner’s needs when we develop our learning programmes? This blog includes the findings from two recent surveys – Towards Maturity’s ‘The Learner Voice’ (5,700 employees surveyed in the United Kingdom and Europe) and Cegos ‘Barometer’ (2,500 employees surveyed in five European countries).
Learner Experience at the Heart of Digital Transformation
Grégory Gallic | 8 August 2017

Learner Experience at the Heart of Digital Transformation

The learner experience refers to all the emotions and feelings a learner experiences before, during and after their course. In the world of e-commerce, the Research Online – Purchase Offline (RO-PO) phenomenon is revolutionising the experience brands offer their customers. As a result, we now talk about ‘omnichannel’ customer journeys and ATAWAD (Any Time, Any Way, Any…
What Makes A Successful International E-Learning Project?
Andy Kennard | 1 August 2017

What Makes A Successful International E-Learning Project?

“An organisation’s ability to learn and translate that learning into action is the ultimate competitive advantage”, according to former General Electric CEO, Jack Welch. This is what Learning & Development (L&D) is all about. E-learning today sits comfortably alongside other L&D delivery methods as a highly effective and popular tool, having restored its reputation since the…
SMAC: The 4 Levels Of Digital Business
Philippe Gérard | 25 July 2017

SMAC: The 4 Levels Of Digital Business

The digital world is full of ephemeral acronyms. But there’s one that elegantly summarises the technical tools used to support digital transformation: SMAC – Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud. Four technological anchor points, all of them essential for creating a digital business.
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