This year we decided to defer our 9-Grid™ analysis of the Learning Authoring Systems market, but why?

There are a few reasons for deferring our 9-Grid™ analysis of the Learning Authoring Systems market which usually launches in at the beginning of the year. We've had a number of questions about it and some of these reasons are positive about the market, and some less so. But our goal is to raise the [...]

By | April 9th, 2018|Next Gen Learning|0 Comments

Digital Learning Realities

LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES 2018 Now in its third year, the Digital Learning Realities research is brought to you by Fosway Group and Learning Technologies – and its supporting community of over 10,000 L&D professionals worldwide – The Learning and Skills Group. The goal is to provide the definitive research on the digital learning market. This [...]

By | January 29th, 2018|Next Gen Learning, Roundtables and Events|0 Comments

Learning Technologies 2018: Backchannel Details

Following my previous post on the Learning Technologies 2018 social team, here are the session details on who’s covering which sessions. Our contributors will be working hard to share insights and key takeaways from every single session of the conference. Remember, we use individual session hashtags so you can hone in on the specifics of [...]

By | January 25th, 2018|Next Gen Learning, Roundtables and Events|0 Comments

10 people to follow to get the most out of Learning Technologies 2018

Learning Technologies 2018 is nearly upon us! And with the inaugural Learning Technologies France having already taken place this week, the L&D community is already in the mood for all the great content, sharing, networking and possibly a beer or two next week (mine’s a G&T actually, thanks). So, without further ado, here’s the low [...]

By | January 23rd, 2018|Next Gen Learning, Roundtables and Events|0 Comments

Learning Technologies Asia 2017

10 minute read Presentation Transforming Learning Management into Learning Experiences November 2017 The inaugural Learning Technologies Asia, held in Singapore, saw CEO David Wilson address an audience from across the Asia-Pacific region. He explored how organisations are changing in terms of technology, demographics and culture. And the fact that L&D itself is at a crossroads as it shifts away from formal training and a past often littered with failed or underwhelming systems. So, as we embrace digital learning, we need to understand what’s required to transform the next generation of learning, including: What do you need your learning systems to do tomorrow that they can’t do today? Why the user experience is business critical The impact of AI, bots, xAPI and other next gen technology Guidance on next gen learning strategy Key factors to consider when selecting new solutions and suppliers Download a full copy of David’s presentation now. And catch up on the highlights of the session via @fosway. […]

By | November 6th, 2017|Next Gen Learning, Roundtables and Events|Comments Off on Learning Technologies Asia 2017

Fosway Corporate Connect

Fosway Corporate Connect Let's take our relationship to the next level. Fosway's new Corporate Connect programme gives you a 'critical friend' to provide independent, expert support and advice to you in your Next Gen HR, talent and learning decisions. What have you got planned this coming year? Digital or HR transformation? Tackling your [...]

By | October 10th, 2017|Next Gen HR, Next Gen Learning, Roundtables and Events|0 Comments

Learning and Skills Group Webinar September 2017

1 Hour Listen Webinar Hunting for unicorns: What’s the reality of digital learning in Europe? September 2017 Organisations are changing in terms of technology, demographics and culture. L&D itself is at a crossroads as it shifts away from formal training and a past often littered with failed or underwhelming systems. So, as we further embrace digital learning, how do you find the seemingly elusive digital solution that will help to truly transform L&D. This Learning and Skills Group webinar with Fosway’s director of research, David Perring, and LSG Chairman, Don Taylor, explores: What do you need your learning systems to do tomorrow that they can’t do today? Why L&D needs to hang onto to some of the status quo – don’t throw the baby out with the bath water! The future of work and how that influences what L&D needs to do The challenge of finding the right suppliers for you How to assess the ‘magic sauce’ a.k.a the all-important user experience Launch a recording of the webinar here or below. Please be advised that Adobe Connect requires a plug-in to play the recording. […]

By | October 8th, 2017|Next Gen Learning|Comments Off on Learning and Skills Group Webinar September 2017

Taking a truly global view of HR, talent and learning

Autumn is always a busy time of year for HR analysts, and the team at Fosway have already embarked on a global tour of events that sees us take in half a dozen cities in as many weeks, from Boston to Singapore by way of Amsterdam and others. We are looking forward to hearing about [...]

By | October 6th, 2017|Cloud HCM, HR Research, Next Gen HR, Next Gen Learning|0 Comments

Maximising the Business Impact of Learning

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Maximising the Business Impact of Learning

September 2017

Moving beyond evaluation and embracing impact as a central ethos for L&D

With all the change and new technology options available in learning and development, it is sometimes easy to focus only on the 'what' and the 'how' but not on the 'why'. Learning should be a strategic investment that drives business performance and builds business capability. But how do you measure the impact it really has, or go about truly maximising that impact?

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By | September 13th, 2017|Level 1 Member, Next Gen Learning|Comments Off on Maximising the Business Impact of Learning

Metrics, metrics, metrics! Measuring digital learning in your company

Not measuring and not reporting your value add/ business contribution is going to damn your learning organisation to ever decreasing budgets. So what can you do asks our director of research, David Perring? The more radical side of me would suggest relegating your learning evaluation programmes to the background and start implementing learning impact programmes [...]

By | August 28th, 2017|Corporate, Next Gen Learning|0 Comments