Learning technologies – what do managers really think?

In November 2017 GoodPractice launched their third piece of research about what managers think and do. This piece of research specifically focused on the perceptions about technology from those managers, that their organisations provide them with for learning.

This post has some comments and links to resources for a one stop shop on the research.

Audio interview

I spoke to GoodPractice Managing Director, Owen Ferguson, ahead of the report being published.

You can listen to the more in-depth Training Journal podcast interviews part one and part two.

Articles

I was very lucky to get a pre-release copy of the report, and another chat with Owen, before the launch in London. From that I wrote a couple of online features about the results.

  • Training Journal feature I wrote on the day of release
  • Training Journal feature part two

From GoodPractice

Obviously getting information about this report from the people that did the research is the best thing! So, here are a few resources:

A blog from Stef Scott, report co-author.

Stef looks at five myths on learning technologies and debunks them, based on data from the report.

The original report can be downloaded as a PDF from the GoodPractice website.

At the launch of the report, GoodPractice recorded an episode of their brilliant podcast, live, with the audience interaction. It was great fun to be there (and I asked a question towards the end too) and brave of the guys to do.

Twitter

The #GPWMRT hashtag has had all sorts of infromation and sharing. Here’s a scatter of top tweets, including my own from the @TrainingJournal account:

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