This month’s LNTV programme on 29 March provides a second opportunity to see some of 2017’s most popular interviews. Learning strategist David James helps us to understand more about lean and agile learning, and interviews with the leaders of three groundbreaking learning projects at Transport for London, Citi Bank and Toyota Financial Services.
LNTV’s executive producer, Colin Steed, explains: “The ‘Beast from the East’ managed to snow us out of our studio earlier this month, but we have not been beaten! We have put together a programme with some of the most popular interviews shown on LNTV during the last 12 months.”
“There is so much pressure on L&D it came as no surprise to us that one of the most popular programmes from 2017 was our interview with the learning strategist David James. In his interview with Nigel in 2017, David spoke about lean and agile approaches to learning and the differences between them. We also included interviews with three L&D leaders each involved in groundbreaking projects, along with interviews with Ed Monk from the LPI and Andy Lancaster from CIPD.”
“We hope you enjoy the show and we look forward to getting back into our studio to create more great learning reports and interviews with learning leaders.”
This month’s Learning Now tv is on Thursday March 29 at 10 am and later at 8 pm. And the show will be available on catch up from the LNTV website three days later.
The full programme of interviews and features for March’s LNTV show:
David James talks to Nigel about Lean and Agile learning. But what are they? And what are the differences between them? Find out from one of the foremost experts in modern workplace learning.
Alexandra Bode-Tunji, Programme Lead - People Development at Transport for London, talks to Kim about their huge people transformation project - TfL's largest project for 25 years.
Brian Murphy, Head of Learning and Leadership Development at Citi Bank, explains the digital transformation project that saw his team scoop a Gold Award at the 2017 Learning Awards.
Lorna Matty, L&D manager at Toyota Financial Services, talks to Nigel about her journey from novice to expert in live online learning and how it is now reaping benefits for her organisation.
Ed Monk, CEO of the Learning & Performance Institute, talks to Kim about the current state of L&D and makes some predictions on the skills learning and performance professionals need to be developing for the future.
Andy Lancaster, Head of L&D Content at CIPD, talks to Nigel about what excites him about the future and how he thinks L&D should be supporting the performance of the organisation.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on Thursday March 29 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed from 9.50 am; and again later the same day at 8 pm UK time.