Working from home during the Covid-19 pandemic has shown the critical role of digital in accelerating change in how we work.
Learning has become more important to organisations than ever before. Without it, organisations diminish their ability to adapt to change.
The pandemic has changed work for ever, and with it, the digital workplace.
A mass migration from office working to home working took place this year and it all happened over a very short space of time.
Managing remote teams is now a required skill set for most managers.
Hemsley Fraser create, deliver and manage learning experiences that energise individuals, teams and the workplace.
The future of learning is an on-demand model of easy access, says Lynsey Whitmarsh.
New research shows there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to learning.
Embracing a digitally-led future of learning requires Learning and Development teams to look beyond today’s challenges and plan with a bigger picture in mind.
All organisations are on a journey to enable employees to do their jobs better and develop their skills and knowledge.
The success of any organisation is determined primarily by its people. Ensuring that everyone has the skills, insights and knowledge they need to be effective is critical for every organisation.