Selling virtual learning – via rap?

I’ve recently been in touch with ON24 about their quite fun webinar advert: Can we crowd-source a learning/training based version of @ON24's "This is how you webinar" https://t.co/XftlQbLx1m? — Ian Gardner (@iangardnergb) September 1, 2014 Alas, they chose to concentrate on sales in their rap, hence the suggestion for a learning orientated one. So can… Continue reading Selling virtual learning – via rap?

Why L&D needs to stop thinking “how big is it?” and worry more about “it’s what you do with it that counts”

I pondered previously if ‘Corporate University’ branding was killing Learning and Development departments by keeping their focus on formal learning events or, in other words,┬áthe ’10’ of 70/20/10. A new post from Elliott Masie made me think again. ┬áThe “administrative realities” (as he calls them) of CPE requirements, busy calendars, day-to-day work requirements, etc. have… Continue reading Why L&D needs to stop thinking “how big is it?” and worry more about “it’s what you do with it that counts”