A 2×2 MATRIX TO HELP YOU PRIORITIZE THE SKILLS TO LEARN RIGHT NOW
By examining how useful a skill should be, and how much time it would take you to learn, you can plot various skills on a 2×2 matrix.
CAN THE DREADED COMPLIANCE MEETING SAVE OUR WORKFORCE FROM A MENTAL-HEALTH CRISIS?
Traditionally, business leaders have seen L&D and mental health as two entirely unrelated issues. Find out how to solve both in one fell swoop.
CREATE LEARNING PATHWAYS TO CLOSE YOUR ORGANIZATION'S SKILLS GAP
How can you guide your workforce to the skills and competencies both you and they need? The answer, for most firms, is the learning pathway.
HOW TIMEBOXING WORKS AND WHY IT WILL MAKE YOU MORE PRODUCTIVE
In a recent survey of 100 productivity hacks, timeboxing — migrating to-do lists into calendars — was ranked the most useful.
HOW TO THINK FOR YOURSELF WHEN ALGORITHMS CONTROL WHAT YOU READ
As more and more of our news is carefully curated by algorithms, what can we do to see past these narrow filters?
I COMPETED AGAINST AN AI. HERE'S HOW I LOST - AND WON
How can any business know whether its technologies are getting better results than humans would? I recommend they do what we did: set up a competition.
IDENTIFY - AND HIRE - LIFELONG LEARNERS
Lifelong learning is roundly considered to be an economic imperative, and job candidates or employees who consider, update, and improve their skills will be the high performers, especially over the longer term.
MAKING LEARNING A PART OF EVERYDAY WORK
The urgency of work invariably trumps the luxury of learning. But, what if we could make learning more a part of our day-to-day jobs? How can we use the flow of work to drive learning?
THE DOWNSTREAM DAMAGE OF THE LEADERSHIP SKILLS GAP
Until leaders can get serious about their own development as managers, the skills gaps throughout their organizations will only continue to grow.
THE PRODUCTIVITY BOOSTER YOU HAVE IN YOUR POCKET, BUT PROBABLY DON'T USE
On average, we still only spend a few minutes a month engaging with our IAs. Why aren’t IAs working better and harder for us?
THE SIMPLE JOY OF LEARNING ON THE JOB
The spark of learning joy is real and useful. So how can we bring more of it into our professional lives?
WHY EVEN NEW GRADS NEED TO RESKILL FOR THE FUTURE
College degree programs are no longer keeping pace with how fast things are changing in the workforce. The good news is that new graduates are well-qualified to bridge their own skill gaps.