Learning goals, collaboration and modernising L&D

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We hope you're ready for the week ahead - to help you along we've shared our picks of the most interesting and thought-provoking articles from across the L&D world.

Let us know what you think of the articles we've shared, and let us know what you've enjoyed reading too.

Personal development

A post about blogging as an L&Der (Sukh Pabial)

Making 2017 better than 2016. Part one. (Doug Shaw, LinkedIn)

- Waving at concorde: how to hold your audience's attention (Jonathan Marshall)

Want to be irreplaceable at work? Do fewer things, better (Paul Petrone, LinkedIn Learning Blog)


Volume liberalism and the demise of the dial (Perry Timms, Medium)

- 10 resources to help modernise L&D (Rachel Burnham)

Lifelong learning is becoming an economic imperative (The Economist)

- 10 surprising benefits of gamification (eLearning Industry)

Age of automation: what if more work is the problem, not the solution? (The Guardian)


- Building for collaboration (Wild Fig Solutions)

- Personal learning goals (Fever Bee)

Can cities create innovation hubs that work for the entire economy? (Curbed)

- Microlearning: advance or fantasy? (Donald H Taylor, LPI)

About Shonette Laffy

Shonette Laffy

Training Zone's chatterbox Deputy Editor - come say hello on Twitter or LinkedIn.

I also write for our sister site HRZone when I'm not reading through your blogs and comments on here. Always happy to hear your feedback and suggestions!


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