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Can the concept of gamification provide an effective solution to aid learning and development in business, asks Peter Phillips, Chief Executive of Unicorn Training.
Knowledge experts should stop focussing on how technical they are and instead focus on what they can do and do it well, says Ian Ross, Learning Technologies Manager for the Charity Learning Consortium.
Technologies can help organisations improve productivity through ICT consolidation and should be able to make substantial cost savings, says Mark Weir, Country Manager for Scotland at F5.
Why would any organisation want to get into banking at the moment? Asks Dr Steve McCabe from Birmingham City University’s Business School.
Either drop the beginning “e” in eLearning or widely expand its definition and scope, says Elliott Masie, Chair of The Learning Consortium at The MASIE Center.
The British BIDs Academy will train the next generation of high street professionals, says Dr Julie Grail, Chief Executive of British BIDs.
Distance learning is not a new phenomenon... but technology is giving us many new possibilities, says David Williams, CEO and Founder of Impact International.
Chris Wade, CEO of Action for Market Towns, sets out the strategic steps that councils, community groups and businesses need to take together to deliver the long-term revitalisation of their town centres.
A report published today, by the parliamentary Work & Pensions Committee, gives a more balanced assessment, according to Alan Downey, KPMG’s Head of Public Sector.
There is no link between spending and higher pupil achievements, and therefore one fifth of school spending could be cut without harming any standards- one think tank says.
Critics of eLearning often argue that it is too solitary compared to the richer environment of the classroom, but Peter Phillips argues gamification can inspire creative thought and engage the learner.
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HMP Leeds dealt with the challenges it faced very well, said Nick Hardwick, Chief Inspector of Prisons.
The Centre for Separated Families has called for the government to rethink plans to increase flat rate child maintenance payments for parents on benefits.