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No Silo Rule boosts organizational innovation
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How the No Silo Rule boosts organizational innovation

Managers

Innovation is not something you can stop doing; it has to be an ongoing mindset. A silo mentality is not good for business. Let’s see what organizational silos are and how we can overcome them, break the barriers and boost innovation!

fourth industrial revolution is impacting L&D
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How the fourth industrial revolution is impacting L&D

Managers

We should prepare for the next decade of innovation and for the major trends that it will bring. As L&D professionals, we should also prepare others for the coming changes. After all, this is what the learning and development industry is all about: constant learning and lifelong education.

ALOHA, or the fundamentals of Learning and Development
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ALOHA, or the fundamentals of Learning and Development

Managers

Training and development have something in common with care work: the willingness to help others in an empathetic manner. This is why the ALOHA model might be a useful instrument for educators and trainers, especially in this context, when social distancing is the norm. ALOHA to all trainers and educators out there!

Seneca effect in Learning and Development
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The Seneca effect in Learning and Development

Managers

The Seneca effect is pervasive in many industries and it involves slow growth and rapid collapse. Business resilience is the proper way to deal with collapse effectively. In L&D, we are experiencing the collapse of the traditional model, so a fluid/flexible mindset is the best tool to build resilience in a changing environment.

Is procrastination all that bad
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Is procrastination all that bad? In praise of lazy days at work

Learners

We should understand the value of time and what it might bring us if we stop worrying about “wasting” it and start living our lives as explorers of knowledge, not as mere task managers. If procrastination can help us explore more and think more deeply about the things we have to do, then it’s a small price to pay.

Factors that boost the transfer of learning
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7 Factors that boost the transfer of learning

Managers

To make sure trainees are able to apply what they learn in real-life work situations, it is essential to address a few key factors: stakeholders, context, social environment, motivation, integration, intensity, and technology. Let’s see how each can improve the transfer of learning and make training programs more efficient!

fitness-oriented recruitment
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Fit-oriented vs. fitness-oriented recruitment

Managers

The world is changing at astonishing speed, especially when it comes to doing business. Perhaps it’s time for companies to stop thinking in terms of “fit” and start adopting a “fitness” mindset when they recruit their top professionals. Fitness-oriented recruitment will be essential for the 21st-century economy.

How to create an efficient marketing funnel for an L&D company
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How to create an efficient marketing funnel for an L&D company

Managers

Adopting a marketer’s approach to L&D might help trainers and training companies attract more clients, understand their needs, and boost their engagement in the long term. Let’s see how we can create a step-by-step, efficient marketing funnel for an L&D company.

VUCA, or how to do business in interesting times
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VUCA, or how to do business in interesting times

Managers

When things tend to go crazy, VUCA seems to be the name of the game in managerial speak. As Harvard Business Review aptly puts it, VUCA is a catchall phrase that stands for “Hey, it’s crazy out there!”. Let’s see what VUCA is all about and what it stands for.

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