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The Learning Challenge

Nigel’s latest book, The Learning Challenge, helps practitioners to make sense of the impact the latest developments in this area are having on the learning function in their organisations. It has been written to be a core part of any learning leader’s toolkit.

To support the launch of the book, we have created a set of resources that sit alongside each chapter of the book. You can access theses resources, and buy the book, here. (http://www.nigelpaine.com/nigel-paine-the-learning-challenge/)

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Create a Learning Explosion 1: Prepare for Take Off

Published in: Inside Learning Technologies & Skills, Nov 2011

This is the first of three articles that explain how to create a learning explosion in your organisation. Most workplaces only exploit a small part of their potential for learning but with the right ingredients the result will be an explosion of activity way beyond the sum of its parts. Over the next three issues Nigel Paine will guide you through the preparation, launch and sustaining phases. So stick with him and enjoy the ride.

Download PDF of full article: Learning Explosion part one: Prepare for Take Off

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Create a Learning Explosion 2: Launch

Published in: Inside Learning Technologies & Skills, Dec 2011

This is the second of three articles in which Nigel Paine explains how to create a learning explosion in your organisation. Last time you were prepared for take-off. Now it’s time to launch.

Download a PDF of the full article: Creating a learning explosion: Launch

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Create a Learning Explosion 3: Staying in Orbit

Published in: Inside Learning Technologies & Skills, Jan 2012

This is the conclusion of three articles in which Nigel Paine explains how to create a learning explosion in your organisation. You’re prepared for take-off. You’re launch- ready. Read on to ensure your trajectory leads to lasting change.

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Spotlight: We shine the light this week on Nigel Paine

Published in Training Zone

Nigel Paine, former head of people development at the BBC, talks to TrainingZone.co.uk about the evolution of the ‘people agenda’, and predicts technology will play a huge roll in learning.

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Attracting and Retaining Talent – Best Practice Strategies

Paper published by Ark Group.

This report examines best-practice strategies in attracting and retaining talent and shows how successful organisations are approaching the task of recruiting, retaining and developing their staff. it does not matter if you are a government agency in the US or a construction conglomerate in Brazil, how you get the best out of the people you employ is a key and common issue to all organisations.

Contents and Executive Summary

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Learning and development in 10 Years’ time

Published in Training Zone.

Power up your hoverboard, don your self-adjusting sneakers and hold tight to that almanac. Nigel Paine takes us back to the future of learning.

Full article on Training Zone

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Eight ways to become indispensable

Published in Training Zone.

Nigel Paine tells us the key to remaining relevant and vital in today’s busy marketplace.

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Learning lessons from West Ham’s relegation

Published in Training Zone.

A football team is like any workplace team except that their actions and talent are visible on the outside. Nigel Paine draws 10 lessons from West Ham’s relegation.

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