Online learning can feel sterile sometimes; divorced from the reality of actual tasks and interactions. In health & safety training, being told about the dangers of working at height is not the same as actually..
In the red with compliance - A few years ago, I was new to the role of a project manager. Still a bit ‘green’ and intimidated when reporting to a very senior steering group on a large content project. One stream of..
Inclusion & diversity is about empowering people by respecting and appreciating what makes us all different. These values should be embraced to maximise performance and create a true representation of our society inside..
How can the two big technology trends - chatbots and artificial intelligence (AI) be used for workplace learning? Some organisations are starting to use intelligent chatbots to help them automate all kinds of tasks,..
Data came out as a clear winner in the 2019 Global Sentiment Survey with Personalisation/adaptive delivery in first place and Artificial intelligence (AI) at second place and Learning analytics in third. Logicearth was..
What has changed since we spoke with Donald Taylor about the 'training ghetto' in 2014? The risk he described - that Learning & Development professionals would be marginalised by failing to adapt - is still very much..
In the LinkedIn Learning 2019 Workplace Learning Report, one of the four key findings is that learning and development (L&D) should ‘think like a marketer’. Here we explore Logicearth's take on using marketing strategies..
The Logicearth team attended the annual Learning Technologies 2019 (LT19UK) exhibition taking place on 13th and 14th February 2019 at the ExCel in London. This event is Europe's leading showcase of the strategies and..
There is a moment of opportunity for learning & development professionals this year. A moment when the profession moves past crisis and confidently states its value to the organisation.
One of the biggest challenges for Learning and Development teams is to develop, deploy and maintain learning content that is relevant, accessible and engaging. Learning experience platforms (LXPs) offer a solution.
The LMS has evolved over the years, but many organisations are either unhappy with their initial choice, or down the line, find it isn't flexible enough for them to scale as the organisation grows or changes.
How can business leaders and L&D teams better select, train and support managers? Managers have a surprisingly big impact on your business and there are many different ways to train and support managers - but first you..
If you live on planet earth, then the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will impact you. It is good to know your data rights; to understand how companies store and use information about you. If you work with..
Our guest contributer, John Strutt, an intelligence analyst and cyber security expert, explains what GDPR risk really means for your organisation. Intelligence analysts are the people most likely to see the consequences..
What to look for in a next-generation LMS?
There are many learning management systems (LMS) offerings on the market today and procuring an LMS is a complex buying decision - if you are new to eLearning or planning to..
What is the future of elearning and the opportunities it could bring to your business? Learning technology and learning content have a terrible history, but all that could be about to change. New, innovative learning..
Much has changed in L&D (or training departments as many people still know them as), in the last 5 to 10 years. Not least that budgets have been slashed. This is a common pattern – when times are hard, training..