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Why the Levels of Learning are not saying what many think they are: The levels of learning are not and were never intended to be about ‘how’ we learn… Many organisations, consultants, institutions and almost all Higher Education (University and Colleges) use Blooms Hierarchy or taxonomy of educational objectives (levels of learning) to describe the learning […]Read more
“I learned something today…” Did you really? Like really learned it? We often take the idea of learning and having learned for granted and frequently make a series of rather large and unquestioned assumptions about at what point we can actually say someone has learned something. The evaluation of learning in many organisations, including our universities […]Read more
Learning and Development Research Briefing Archive Archive Home | Coaching | HR | L&D | Leadership | Management | OrgDev | Monthly Oxford Review | Infographic Archive Members Home VIP and Corporate Members get FULL, FREE access to the complete archive – If you are a member: Login and click ‘download’ to get the item you want Apply […]Read more
Whilst carrying out the research for my forthcoming book, Fear to Flow, I interviewed 231 L&D professionals around the world. People in L&D have a unique place in organisations. Because they are responsible for development often across an entire organisation, they tend to have a more objective and wider overview of the needs of an […]Read more
How to keep up-to-date with the latest organisational development, organisational change, leadership, management, HR, and L&D research… “I really should be keeping up-to-date with my profession but there is sooo much stuff, I don’t even know where to start.” You are probably way too busy to trawl through the 78,000 research articles and books published […]Read more