A while ago (quite a while for subscribers who have experienced the delay) I decided to start a newsletter covering what I see as the most interesting themes of the work I do (making the most of digital learning). Beyond the self-interest of keeping people in touch with my efforts, I believe the industry misses … Continue reading Introducing the 10L newsletter
About Michael: Michael has worked in Learning and Development for over 20 years although he originally trained as an actor, working in London’s West End. During this time acting he became interested in the world of learning and performance in the business community and as a result made the decision to change direction by joining the … Continue reading 10L: Michael Strawbridge
An unfolding consequence of COVID and our shift in working patterns is the amount of investment in various businesses aimed at supporting digital learning. Or rather, businesses aimed at supporting the delivery of what we tend to call learning – elearning content. There is plenty of growth out there if private equity fund investors are … Continue reading Content still rules digital learning – $1.5bn worth of it.
About Nick: Nick is an accredited L&D, Business Analysis and Project Management professional with deep and practical experiences of delivering business improvement across a broad range of roles gained within major business/culture change projects operating in the UK, Europe and North America across multi-national, multi-sector industries. No really. So, what do you do dear? Describe … Continue reading 10L: Nick Ribeiro
On Thursday the 8th of July, we hosted a second conversation about product management for learning. Our previous event (summarised here) focused on what we mean by product management and why it is vital for success in the learning world. This time we delved a little further into the characteristics and capabilities of the role … Continue reading Another conversation about product management for learning
The event On Thursday 8th July we’ll be hosting a conversation on the skills and capabilities needed to develop and run digital products for learning. This follows a previous event, during which we discussed broader themes of product management for learning and why it’s time to bring these approaches into our practice. How to organise, … Continue reading Skills and capabilities for learning product management: A conversation
The question in the title is worded poorly, I admit. It ought to read: “Who should run your learning organisation?”. The need, and I do believe there still is one, to use the digital qualifier ought to be redundant by now. I do not believe it is, though. Digital is still seen as something to … Continue reading Who should run your digital learning organisation?
About Hannah: After over 20 years in learning and development, Dr Hannah Gore undertakes freelance consultancy in a wide range of L&D specialisms, is an Associate Lecturer teaching at MBA level, serves as a Director for the eLearning Network, an Online Executive Panel Member for McKinsey and inputs into various think tanks on emerging technologies … Continue reading 10L: Hannah Gore
In general, the barriers to entry in offering a digital product for learning are pretty low. They are falling as time passes, it seems. Making, hosting and publishing content are problems pretty well solved. Packaging and designing that content well for learning purposes takes time and effort but it is a far from insurmountable challenge. … Continue reading Do you need to add anything to YouTube to make a good product for learning?
10L: A few simple questions about how leading professionals see their work. About David David is the Digital Learning Portfolio Manager for Learning and Development, Organisation Design and Organisation Development in the CIPD Learning Team He says: “I am a fan of learning, and learning more about learning. So the fact I am in a … Continue reading 10L: David Hayden