Why training is broken in the age of Covid

Stuart Sumner
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Training courses need to change, argues Mark Ridley
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Training courses need to change, argues Mark Ridley

Mark Ridley explains why computer-based training needs to change, and how we should think differently around what we want staff to gain from it

The way we deliver training can be ineffective, and the corporate mindset over what we want training to give staff is similarly flawed. That's the opinion of Mark Ridley, former CTO of the FT and co-founder...

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