Some ideas and concepts go the distance; others don’t. The 2009/10 boom in virtual worlds turned out to be a whimper, whilst mobile delivery – a hot topic in 2014/15 – is now just business as usual for many L&D departments.
So what makes an idea take off in the field of Learning and Development?
In this webinar, Donald H Taylor explores our decision making as ideas become popular. Only a few ideas move from a small group of fans to wider acceptance. Why do these succeed when others fail? Is it down to their innate value, smart marketing, or a combination of things?
Drawing on wider research into persuasion, past trends in L&D, marketing and fashion, this webinar will enable you to make decisions that are more likely to make a positive impact on your learning strategy.
The takeaways for this webinar will include:
Two groups of L&D professionals, and how they differ
Three reasons why we back new ideas
The subtle influences that can shift our opinion
How to make better decisions about new trends in L&D
For learning leaders looking to unpick the social, environmental and psychological factors that impact decision making in the world of L&D, this webinar is essential viewing.
Chairman, Learning & Performance Institute
Don is a veteran of the learning, skills and human capital industries, with experience at every level from delivery to chairman of the board. As chairman of the LPI since 2010, his background ranges from training delivery to managing director and vice-president positions in software companies.