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Business and Technology Predictions for 2021 and Beyond

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Earlier this year, I attended Predictions 21 , an online event organized by Forrester Research to help companies understand the key business and technology dynamics that will shape 2021 and beyond.

Overworked IDs

Clark Quinn

I was asked a somewhat challenging question the other day, and it led me to reflect. As usual, I’m sharing that with you. The question was “How can IDs keep up with everything, feel competent and confident in our work?” It’s not a trivial question! So I’ll share my response to overworked IDs.

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addressing wicked problems

Harold Jarche

Daniel Kahneman, winner of the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel, and author of the popular book, Thinking Fast, Thinking Slow , has recently published a new book — Noise: A flaw in human judgment. Noise in general is unwanted variability.

MWL Daily has a new look

Jane Hart

Join our new MWL Daily Telegram channel for daily curated posts and articles about learning in the modern workplace. Modern Workplace Learning

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4 Reasons Leadership Requires Friendliness

KCC Business Psychology

4 Reasons Good Leadership Requires Friendliness. Leadership requires a lot of different skills. In addition to expertise in a specific field, it requires the ability to manage resources, budgets, projects and most importantly, employees.

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3 Remote Training Mistakes to Avoid

TOPYX LMS

The use of remote training for corporate learning is rising in 2021. This is because companies have social distancing regulations they must comply with due to the pandemic.

finds for focusing

Harold Jarche

Every fortnight I curate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. I call these Friday’s Finds. “If you focus on sickness, you’re going to end up with doctors as the key actors. If you focus on well-being, you’re going to end up with communities as key actors.”

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