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    • Priorities shift for learning and development

      Learning News | London |

      L&D Global Sentiment Survey 2021 report published; Donald H Taylor outlines key shifts in sentiment; re-skilling and up-skilling emerge as top L&D priority; collaborative and social learning increasingly recognised by L&D.

    • Learning systems market analysis

      Learning News | London |

      David Wilson, from market analyst Fosway, discusses the learning systems market, offering an in-depth view during the pandemic and where the market's priorities lie for 2021.

    • What’s different about digital learning in 2021?

      Fosway | Cirencester, UK |

      Following a year of disruption and unprecedented demand for digital learning as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Digital Learning Realities research opens today to uncover what’s different as we begin 2021. Run in partnership by Fosway Group, Europe’s #1 HR industry analyst and Learning Technologies, Europe’s leading learning workplace event, the survey aims to uncover what is really happening in digital learning today and provide practical insights into what is helping people learn – especially as the world remains in a moment of crisis.

    • Virtual classrooms powering learning but potential remains for high value people development

      Fosway | Cirencester, UK |

      New research shows virtual classrooms are powering learning through the pandemic …but still have untapped potential for high value people development. 97% of organisations are now using virtual classrooms to support learning and development, with over half (53%) reporting that they have proved to be their most successful learning platforms during the COVID-19 crisis. This data is part of new research conducted by Fosway Group, Europe’s #1 HR industry analyst, in partnership with Barco, a global provider of networked visualisation solutions. It follows Fosway research earlier in 2020 which showed that 95% of learning leaders believe L&D has changed forever because of the pandemic.

    • Learning Health Check: initial findings

      Learning News | London |

      Learning News in conversation with Nahdia Khan on the initial findings of Emerald Works’ annual Learning Health Check: spend on learning and development is up; tech proportion increased to 31%; shift from compliance to building capability; data analytics growing at quicker pace; improvements to strategic behaviour.

    • Dramatic shifts in this year’s L&D Global Sentiment Survey

      Donald H Taylor | London |

      The 8th annual L&D Global Sentiment Survey – launched at the beginning of this month – is already showing some dramatic shifts in comparison with last year, according to survey author, Donald H Taylor.

    • CrossKnowledge presents A Qualitative Study on the Digital Learners Perspective

      CrossKnowledge | London, United Kingdom |

      Digital learning has experienced a rapid acceleration of popularity during 2020 with many organisations implementing digital solutions for the first time. CrossKnowledge has commissioned a qualitative study to discover what our end users really want from their learning platforms. The resulting research is a must read for any L&D professional no matter of their organisations maturity with digital learning.

    • Learn to read ‘digital body language’

      Acteon Communication and Learning |

      As we all increasingly move to virtual meetings and training, how can we improve our skills in keeping participants engaged online? This upcoming webinar this Wednesday with Jo Cook and Breeio will share tips and tricks for skillfully reading and responding to participants in your virtual classroom.

    • 2020 Fosway 9-Grid™ for Cloud HR captures digital disruption and overdue innovation created by COVID-19 crisis

      Fosway | Cirencester, UK |

      Fosway Group, Europe’s #1 HR industry analyst, has released the new 2020 9-Grid™ for Cloud HR. The research shows the far-reaching impact of the COVID-19 pandemic as HR remains in the eye of the storm, supporting people and organisations through the turmoil of the crisis. From HCM, to workforce management and employee engagement, there is no area of HR tech that has escaped new demands during this tough time. And it is driving real innovation, often where it has been long overdue.

    • Discover the realities of HR tech in a post-pandemic world at Zukunft Personal Virtual HR Week: ZP 365

      Fosway | Cirencester, UK |

      Interim data collected in April 2020 suggests 100% of HR functions have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, Zukunft Personel has partnered with Fosway Group, Europe’s #1 HR Industry Analyst to understand the immediate challenges, as well as looking ahead to HR investment, headcount and priorities over the coming 12 months. CEO David Wilson, will exclusively reveal the results of the 2020-21 HR Realities research for the first time at ZP 365 Virtual HR week next month.

    • Live online learning in lockdown and beyond

      Mind Tools for Business | London |

      "Coronavirus has hastened large-scale changes to how we work and learn, whether we felt ready, or not. Put simply, we’ve all had to adapt, and fast." Jo Cook explores the data behind live online learning.