Knowledgepool’s Al Bird talks to HR Zone about keeping workplace learning relevant

he way a workforce wants to learn new skills and develop their careers is changing, and the younger generation in particular is driving a strong demand for innovation in how L&D programmes are delivered.

Technological and social advances mean workplace education needs to be transformed dramatically, if it is to stay relevant and have a reliable impact on the bottom line and on individual performance.

Read the full interview here.

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