Linked – Is the Traditional Classroom Dying? Not Really.
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Linked – Is the Traditional Classroom Dying? Not Really.

“Still, we should wait before writing any eulogies. Most learning professionals doubt traditional classroom learning will ever go extinct. After all, it makes up more training hours available than any other delivery method. Instead, they envision it incorporating technology to achieve a blended format that takes advantage of both tools’ strengths. According to ATD’s research…

Training as Acting

Training as Acting

Recently, Ayelette Robinson wrote a piece on the 3 Geeks and a Law blog where she talked about how the lessons she has learned as an actor and how they apply when leading a project. As she was talking about the different areas, it occurs to me that they all applied when leading a project…

Linked – Training? What training? Workers’ lack of cybersecurity awareness is putting the business at risk
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Linked – Training? What training? Workers’ lack of cybersecurity awareness is putting the business at risk

“The report suggests that organisations are ultimately failing to protect themselves against cyberattacks because even if staff are being provided with cybersecurity training, it isn’t adequately informing them about good practice. This represents a major cause for concern, especially given that recent research by PwC suggests that three-quarters of large organisations suffered a staff-related security…

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Linked – Why You Should Care About Legal Tech

“I remember when I was in high school, one of my friends was learning to write code and, as some friends and I were giving him a hard time about spending his free time reading about Java for Dummies (or something like that), he said, “Technology is going to change everything, you’ll see.” Said friend…

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Linked – If you answer emails after work, you should be getting unlimited vacation

“When Netflix still had your typical vacation policy, employees asked an important question: “We don’t track the time we spend working outside of the office—like e-mails we answer from home and the work we do at night and on weekends—so why do we track the time we spend off the job?” Management listened. They couldn’t…