Building a modern L&D team: Who you need

This is the first in a series focused on how to build a L&D team for the modern age.

I’ve found many corporate learning teams have been slow to evolve their philosophies, understand the value they can bring and how they structure their teams to provide the best service to their people.

In this post, I’m going to focus the spotlight on the structure of an L&D team. Perhaps, the first question should be if we even call it an L&D team anymore? But I’ll leave that debate for another day.

Continue reading “Building a modern L&D team: Who you need”

It's evolution, not a revolution

What will it be Neo, the red pill or the blue pill?

I’ve made my career in L&D so far championing the alternative or some might call it the new wave philosophy.

I’ve talked often about out of the classroom learning experiences, why L&D needs to build a brand and invest in it’s marketing. I’ve told the world how if you build it they won’t come, that learning is an everyday behaviour and countless more things about how the world of learning has evolved.

Continue reading “It's evolution, not a revolution”