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Coffee Break

Coffee briefing: Data, curated learning and the skills of tomorrow

16th Nov 2016
Deputy Editor TrainingZone
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We've got another mighty list of L&D blogs, news and opinion for you to peruse over your coffee break.

Let us know what you think about the articles we've shared, and tell us what you've enjoyed reading this week too.


- What science says about going outside your comfort zone (Inc)

- Why human flourishing is critical to business performance (William Powell)

#cipdace16 – the curated learning (Kingfisher Coaching)

- Why we should all be data literate (A List Apart)


Is your organisation future ready? (Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies)

A look ahead at L&D 2016 / 2017: Invisible, contextual & systemic (Bersin by Deloitte)

L'Oreal turns to virtual reality to train hairdressers (Engadget)

The most important skills of tomorrow, according to five global leaders (World Economic Forum)

Future skills


IBM says new Watson Data Platform will 'bring machine learning to the masses' (Tech Republic)

- Why you should change the way you do training (Learning Solutions Magazine)

Why does L&D fail to get MOOCs? (Donald H Taylor, LinkedIn)


Why we should be focusing on culture management (Entrepeneur)

How to demonstrate the value of L&D to the organisation (Adam Kara, LinkedIn)

- Why the best companies are the ones that don't appeal to everyone (Forbes)

1 Year, 1,000 CEOs: How to dramatically improve your culture in 365 days (Entrepeneur)


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