http://www.perforce.com/product/commons/i-am-83-percent It may well just be me, but there seems to be more and more going on online about the issues caused by poor working practices around collaboration, in particular around documents. This is interesting as it follows a presumption a few years back that, with Google Apps and new versions of Office, these problems… Continue reading I am the 83 percent
I had not intended to follow up my previous post with another but the disaster* that has been the CILIP corporate rebranding exercise has perhaps allowed for just as big an issue to go seemingly unnoticed. This elephant in the room is what is happening to CILIP Qualifications. Firstly, I will admit it’s not… Continue reading CILIP rebrand part two – aka for the love of ‘qualifications’
A lot of interesting stuff in the LPI’s report on the first results from L&D professionals mapping their skills to their new capability profiles. For me, the big question which emerges seems to be if the trend for ‘corporate universities’ (CU)/’academies’/’business schools’/etc. have ultimately restricted L&D down a path they will struggle to come out… Continue reading Did the Corporate University kill the Learning and Development department?