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    • Lean and agile learning on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      Learning Now tv this month reports on lean and agile learning and the differences between them with Learning Strategist, David James. Plus insights into the learning market in the Netherlands, competency frameworks and the challenges faced by CLOs in India.

    • 2017 Corporate Elearning Movers and Shakers announced

      Learning News | UK |

      Bob Little’s 2017 movers and shakers list has been published, ranking the top 100 most influential people in corporate elearning; Elliott Masie, Rebecca Stromeyer and Laura Overton positioned in top three.

    • Steve Rayson Joins Fuse Universal Advisory Board

      Fuse Universal | London, UK |

      We are delighted to announce that eLearning and marketing entrepreneur Steve Rayson is to join the advisory board at Fuse Universal. Steve will be supporting Fuse with their digital marketing, sales, and events strategies.

    • InSync Training Appoints Phylise Banner as Curator of New Blended Learning Hub

      InSync Training | East Lyme, CT |

      Phylise Banner, noted leader in online learning, has joined InSync Training as curator of the new Blended Learning Hub, a social collaborative community and makerspace for training and learning professionals. In this new role, she will be responsible for guiding learners through their personal learning pathways by providing a personal, curated approach to modern blended learning for those tasked with meeting the needs of their modern learners and their organization.

    • Empowering women leaders on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      On November’s Learning Now tv Sarah Frame and Marilyn Gilchrist talk about the Aspire Women's Network, which aims to get a global financial institution to take women into senior positions.

    • Artificial intelligence in learning and education

      Learning Now tv | London |

      October’s Learning Now tv looks to artificial intelligence in the world of learning in an interview with learning and education sector futurist and commentator, Donald Clark.

    • The importance of creativity at work on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      Amy Burvall, educational technologist and broadcaster, is to appear on September’s Learning Now tv discussing the importance and value of creativity at work. Also on this month’s show: campaign fundraising using social media; setting yourself up as a freelancer; and a review of LearningLive 2016.

    • Skills and performance at PwC on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      On July’s Learning Now tv PwC’s Sarah Lindsell talks about her team’s role in ensuring consistency in L&D across a significant, large, global workforce; Charles Jennings discusses the launch of the 702010 Institute; plus interviews with Good Practice CEO Owen Ferguson; and introducing a new LNTV US correspondent, Tom Spiglanin.

    • Fosway Group appoints learning expert to its expanding analyst team

      Fosway | Cirencester, UK |

      Fosway Group, Europe’s #1 HR and learning analyst, today announces the appointment of Fiona Leteney as a new Senior Analyst. The role will support the continuing growth of its next gen learning analyst practice and engagement with corporate clients and organisations across Europe.

    • The Social Age and the rise of the community: Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      On this month’s Learning Now tv Julian Stodd talks about the rise of the community with Nigel Paine. Plus interviews on machine and cognitive learning and managing for the first time; insights into Adobe’s research about the state of content.

    • Empowered learners: the implications for L&D on Learning now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      David James, former CLO at Disney, talks about ‘The Empowered Learner’ on this month’s Learning now tv and offers insights for forward-thinking L&D teams. April’s Learning now tv goes out Thursday 28 April at 8 pm, hosted by Kim George and Nigel Paine.