Designed to stimulate and challenge L&TD practitioners about how to derive and develop insights and evidence about learning within people and organisations
Our report, From steady state to ready state: A need for fresh thinking in learning and talent development? looks at a wide range of issues primarily focusing on the need to move from a steady-state perspective where L&TD uses tried and trusted methods of diagnosis to one where we tap into the newer insight to be offered by the developing science of learning.
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