Future of Learning

The latest updates, stories, ideas and guides from the MLH team

p2p-learning-and-mentorship P2P learning and the power of mentorship Peer-to-peer learning can be a really useful L&D tool for facilitating knowledge sharing across an organisation. But only if it’s done correctly.
Changing roles in Learning & Development The correlation between changing roles in L&D Changing times require an adaptive way of enabling people to perform. So it makes sense that traditional roles within the L&D sector are changing too.
Does hybrid work make it harder to train? Does hybrid work make it harder to train? Three-quarters of employers now offer some form of hybrid working. If hybrid work is here to stay, what does this mean for L&D?
bottom up approach to learning content creation and sharing A bottom-up approach to learning content creation and sharing Giving learners more ownership — via a bottom-up approach to L&D — is one of the most powerful ways of keeping top talent and making them feel valued.
e-learning during recession E-learning during a recession: how to spend money efficiently How do you recession-proof your Learning & Development approach? Quick tip: You *certainly* don’t stop running L&D altogether.
learning from big tech Learning from big tech: how we can adopt the best B2C practices in B2B eLearning When 85% of employees claim to feel disengaged at work, eLearning solutions do not only compete with each other but also with social media and consumer tech. What B2C practices can a modern-day LMS adopt to stand this fight for user (and employee) attention?
gamification-and-personalisation-workplace Gamification and personalisation in the workplace: winning the fight for user attention With our collective attention span decreasing, how can you use gamification and personalisation to help you win the fight for user attention in the workplace?
digital transformation of l and d The digital transformation of L&D – before, now and in the future A digital transformation of learning is taking place. In response, more and more digital learning solutions are emerging. But what effect are they having on L&D initiatives now? And what will digital learning look like in the future?