Here comes 2015 – implications for L&D

My last two posts looked at some of the recent reports around L&D and some possible future learning technology trends.

Catching up today on my Old Reader RSS feedshas thrown up a multitude of other points related to both of these (as tends to always be the case).  Of the more interesting ones:

A survey by CEB

Donald Taylor’s 2015 L&D priorities

  • What will be big in workplace learning 2015 vote
  • My idea for the evolution of peer learning really cuts across KM, curation and collaborative learning but I think it will be key – we need to make peers open to each other and avoid the feeling that attempts to ‘move up the ladder’ lead to risk adversity.  Organizational cultures need to be doing a better job of rewarding those who support organizational development, not just those in money making roles.

Author: iangardnergb

My name is Ian Gardner and I am interested in various topics that can be seen as related to learning, technology and information. To see what I am reading elsewhere, follow me on The Old Reader ( and/or Twitter (@iangardnergb).

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