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Action Learning for Business

Action Learning for Business | Business Learning | Scoop.it
Faced with continuous change, the most effective way to learn is with your peers. Call 0845 053 7417 if you want to know about Action Learning for business.

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Action learning is a key tool in the business professional's toolkit. This is a good overview.

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Issue #6 - Best eLearning articles

Issue #6 - Best eLearning articles | Business Learning | Scoop.it
Issue #6 - This week’s best eLearning news include 11 eLearning articles, 1 Free eLearning Webinar, 1 eLearning Summit, and 2 eLearning jobs.

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Excellent articles on several current topics.

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This Week’s Best eLearning News and Articles (Issue 6)

 

Issue #6 – This week’s best eLearning news include 11 eLearning articles, 1 Free eLearning Webinar, 1 eLearning Summit, and 2 eLearning jobs.

 

http://elearning-weekly.com/issue-6/

 

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It’s Just Good Business #8: Learning + Growth + Development

It’s Just Good Business #8:  Learning + Growth + Development | Business Learning | Scoop.it
Question: Why are learning, growth and development relevant to business?
Short Answer: Learning, growth and development – for individuals, teams and organizations – are essential to resilience, adaptability and sustainability.

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Richly social and intensely personal | Learning with 'e's

One of the key points I made in my keynote was that the future of education will be both richly social and intensely personal. This might sound like a paradox, but essentially, with all the digital tools we now have at our disposal, we can connect like never before, and create our own powerful social networks. Simultaneously, we can manipulate the tools we have at our disposal to create our own individual learning pathways, select our own personal preferences, and devise our own collections of resources.

 

[Including Digital age learning - slide deck]


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Steve's overview of learning is excellent.

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