I know the term is rather Americani[z]ed, but I'll be referring to the process by which organisations train employees for new job roles as ‘onboarding’.
The ASTD State of the Industry Report has just come out, and it paints a measured picture of the American training and development world.
Building a learning app that can be installed on an iPhone or iPad requires the app to be published through Apple’s developer licensing program.
Are you an entrepreneurial or enterprise learner? We have a look at the types of learners and think about the best learning design for each.
A localisation is a translation of a course from one language to another, right? In e-learning the term localisation includes the translation of a course.
UXD is a rather exciting sounding acronym that simply means ‘User Experience Design’. This is the art of designing from the user’s point of view.
It is a well known fact in the automotive industry that the role of a Sales Manager has the biggest influence over the performance of a dealership.
Demand for leadership learning is increasing, leaving behind traditional, directive management structures and move towards a more service-based economy.
LEO Learning's Design Director, Andrew Joly, gives valuable tips for designing learner journeys as part of a learning architecture.
Andrew Joly discusses the role of marketing communications in designing learning programmes that adopt an ‘architectural’, resource-based approach.
Volvo Cars sets a growth strategy that sees sale volumes almost double over five-years. The forecast growth was to be fastest in the so-called BRIC markets.
The growth of PC computing boomed from 1985 onwards and with it came the advent of CBT. We speak on the recent revolution of mobile learning.