Browsing news: People

    • Women in business in learning and in society on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      July’s Learning Now tv interviews two leading business women, Ula Howlett about her career journey and Tamsin Napier-Munn about her campaign to encourage women to ‘step up’ and make a difference. We also talk to Lesley Price and Wes Atkinson about Learn Appeal and the progress it’s making to improve access to learning in Africa and for underprivileged groups here in the UK.

    • Learning Leaders - David Wilson on digital transformation, agility and L&D

      Learning News | London |

      Market analyst, David Wilson - CEO of Fosway, talks to Learning News about the learning market and how it's responding to unprecedented business change. In part one we look at L&D's response to the drive for agility across business and the digital transformation agenda.

    • Artificial intelligence in learning on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      June’s Learning Now tv looks at artificial intelligence in learning and its application in business; Nigel Paine interviews Matt Donovan of GP Strategies on digitally transforming an organisation and Martin Couzins reviews Towards Maturity’s latest report into the adoption of learning technology.

    • Fuse Universal Raises $20m to Transform Workplace Learning

      Fuse Universal | London, UK |

      Fuse Universal (“Fuse”), the leading provider of next-generation learning technology for the workplace, has raised $20 million in growth capital from Eight Roads Ventures to continue investing in product innovation and global expansion.

    • Digital transformation at fashion retailer River Island on LNTV

      Learning Now tv | London |

      April’s Learning Now tv includes interviews with River Island’s Head of Talent, Nebel Crowhurst and UX designer, Mike Collins, on the high street retailer’s digital transformation journey; Eon’s Teresa Rose outlines the huge benefits the energy giant has found by using data in L&D; and Martin Couzins reviews Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends Report.

    • LNTV explores ‘lean learning’ and ‘agile learning’

      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 LNTV looks at three people transformation projects at Transport for London, Citi Bank and Toyota, along with interviews with Ed Monk from the LPI and Andy Lancaster from CIPD.

    • Women head each section of the Top 100 E-learning Movers and Shakers list

      Bob Little Press & PR | St Albans, UK |

      This year’s annual list of the Top 100 most influential people in the world’s corporate e-learning sector sees women occupying the top spot – for the first time - in each of the List’s four sections: “The Elite”, “Premier Platinum”, “Gold Standard” and “Silver”.

    • Improving performance with creativity: Tim Reid on LNTV

      Learning Now tv | London |

      Creativity and innovation consultant Tim Reid is on February’s Learning Now tv discussing workplace performance; ‘Rising Star’ Danielle Kennedy discusses her career and success at the Learning Awards 2018; research from Oxford University and Reuters into media and tech trends affecting L&D; plus ‘How not to waste money on training’ with Krystyna Gadd.

    • Imparta hires top industry talent to drive ambitious growth strategy

      Imparta | London, UK |

      Leading global sales and service training provider Imparta has hired three highly experienced, successful leaders from the sales enablement and training industry to further strengthen the company’s leadership team, and drive the business’s ambitious growth strategy. Imparta has grown consistently by delivering high-impact, sustainable change in the business performance of its clients. The launch of Imparta's Virtual Sales Academy in 2017 has driven further growth and client wins, along with the need for additional senior level hires to support and accelerate this growth.