We Learn A Lot From Our Mistakes
“A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.” – Albert Einstein Most people don’t like to make mistakes, including me. It may come from parental reprimands where we were very young or from school where good grades were important and mistakes led to poor grades. In any case, we generally work hard […]
Do You See Classroom Training in the Future?
Where and how will you take your next class? Will it be in a traditional classroom? In a classroom with seats spaced far apart? Online? By watching recorded videos? In a highly-interactive game-like environment? In a one-on-one coaching or mentoring setting? Have you even thought about it? Like it or not, the training landscape is […]
Technology of the Remote Worker
The most important thing, for me here, is that the technology needs to be utilised as an enabler. I know companies that utilise technology to reduce empowerment such as employing keyloggers to check productivity. The idea that a human can stare at a screen and type non-stop for 8 hours a day is an example […]
Organisational Policy Changes and Shifts
Among the many other changes we have been going through, and expect, comes changes in policies. Instructor, Robert Annis, explores these potential changes in the continuation of his pandemic blog series! All companies have policies, they guide actions and help make sure that we act within the law and company values. Sometimes their ethical guidance […]
What It Takes to Achieve Digital Transformation Success, with Greg Adams
What is digital transformation?