Learning interventions are typically evaluated based on metrics like attendance and completion. But how much does this actually tell you? How do you know if your interventions are effective?
When we talk about diversity and inclusion, we often frame it in terms of gender, ethnicity, age or social class. But what about diverse ways of thinking? Where does neurodiversity fit into the equation?
Technology is making it easier and easier for people to work remotely. But what challenges does that pose for learning and development?
For decades, ‘lifelong learning’ has been the clarion call of governments, employers and higher education institutions – but what has that achieved? And is it in tension with the push for greater performance at work?