Posted on October 20th, 2020
What are learning paths and how do they work? For employees who need to continuously develop their skill set, to keep pace with today’s rapidly changing business world, it’s not enough to be simply provided with a list of training courses, with no focus or structured approach as to how they should engage with them. […]
Posted on October 6th, 2020
Why use multimedia learning? Typically when thinking about multimedia learning, most people tend to think about a course consisting of some text-based learning and perhaps an occasional video. However, true multimedia learning is a complex hybrid of multiple learning styles, aimed at giving the learner a well-rounded understanding over a given topic. The way in […]
Posted on September 14th, 2020
The danger of the single story; the pragmatism of pluralism Simon Whittemore While online learning can never fully replicate the in-person dynamic, especially the latter’s affective impact, it may be helpful, given current circumstances and future probabilities, to consider online learning as a systemic solution rather than think of it as the classroom transitioned online.I […]
Posted on July 31st, 2020
It may seem paradoxical but skilla is an artisan learning provider that provides global solutions, including for many well-known multinationals. With learning resources present in over 50 countries worldwide, skilla is committed to offering the best possible learning solutions to organisations: that’s what drives us to produce cutting edge resources and stimulating courses for every […]
Posted on July 14th, 2020
The leading authority on workplace learning, the Learning and Performance Institute has nominated skilla among the Top 30 Highest Performing Learning Providers in its latest international report.
Posted on July 9th, 2020
By Federico Amicucci, Managing Partner of skilla ‘L&D in the time of Covid-19’ part 2 Previously, I wrote about how the changing demand for eLearning in the UK was following the trajectory of Italy’s online learning scene, and as I write this, it seems that it continues to do so. Our team in the UK […]
Posted on June 1st, 2020
By Federico Amicucci As a Managing Partner in skilla, a leading elearning supplier to organisations’ Learning and Development in both Italy and the UK, I’ve found myself in a prime position to observe how organisations are looking after their employees during the lockdown caused by Covid-19. In particular, I hear what L&D managers want to […]
Posted on January 28th, 2019
We have seen in the previous blog posts the prerequisites that an organisation needs to become an effective learning organisation, and the range of learning strategies such an organisation needs to select from, implement and experiment with.
Posted on January 14th, 2019
Induction eLearning courses will help your new starters hit the ground running with our Interactive Induction learning path.
Posted on December 17th, 2018
How does an organisation go about constructing and shaping itself into a learning organisation? It is clear that a fundamental prerequisite involves the head of the organisation, that is to say the steering component, both looking inwards (culture and mission etc) and looking outwards (observation and knowledge gathering). Most experts agree that commitment, direction and reinforcement must come from the leadership of the organisation.
Posted on December 7th, 2018
Constraints (perceived or otherwise) on the desire or effort to shape an organisation into a learning organisation are not limited to the more regulated public or charity sectors. Some organisations have not developed the culture and practices to be learning organisations simply because they have found market success without having to do so.
Part I: What Makes a Learning Organisation – in practice? Organisational Bildung – a conceptual framework
Posted on November 27th, 2018
What is exactly is a “learning organisation”? How do organisations go about creating and embedding the strategic and operational enablers to become a learning organisation? This is our first instalment of a series of blog posts exploring our theme the Learning Organisation in Practice.
Posted on October 5th, 2018
We do not know precisely what will happen in the future, history is full of events that no one had predicted and predictions that never came to pass. However, there is a constant that all reports, international trends and leaders point to: change will be a constant.
Posted on September 13th, 2018
For several years now, the meaning and implications of the digital mindset are have been the source of interesting ideas and discussions. The aim of this piece is to suggest a different and innovative meaning, starting with the separate analysis of the two terms: Mindset and Digital.
Posted on December 21st, 2016
Academics call them “transversal competencies”, L&D professionals prefer the term “21st Century skills”.
Whatever label you give them, the soft skills that underpin our next successful business ventures will be dramatically different from the skills we’re most familiar with today.
Inspired by latest insights from learning leaders at The World Economic Forum, UNESCO and the OECD, our synoptic White Paper uncovers the seven transversal competencies considered critical by transnational organisations and early adopters in the 21st Century workplace.