The posts in this category cover subjects L&D managers and other decision makers involved in business training might find useful or at least interesting.


Optimizing corporate learning in today’s environment


The pandemic has brought many changes to employee training. Optimizing the L&D strategy helps companies attract and retain valuable talent, so while it may not be smooth sailing, this isn’t the time to abandon ship.


Does your L&D team need a project management tool?


Project management is essential for L&D as mastering it means better results and helping the organization achieve its goals. Let’s have a discussion about project management platforms and what they can do for learning professionals:


3 Essential elements for collaborative innovation


It’s not either/or when it comes to collaboration and innovation, as they are both indispensable. However, what do we do when collaboration doesn’t contribute to innovation? Here are the three most important elements for collaborative innovation:

What corporate L&D has to learn from Professional Associations

What corporate L&D has to learn from Professional Associations


Professional Associations are especially good at orchestrating and operating continuous learning in their fields, and there is a lot that we can learn from them. Here are a few things PAs are doing to ensure their educational offer stays relevant.


What to do about your organizational culture after the crisis


Organizational culture is not an immovable thing. It suffers changes and needs constant nurture. Since it has been one of the most important factors in making it through the past couple of years, all companies should give it proper attention now.


Why every organization should consider talent mobility


In a dynamic environment and with a hiring crisis going on, organizations need to leverage everything they can to attract and retain the talent they need. Here are some good reasons why talent mobility is for every company: