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Mirjam Neelen from the Trinity College Dublin shares her impressions on this year's Learning Technologies Conference. She reflects on the need to align learning and performance strategies to the business. In her article, Mirjam disscussses ways to support employees in increasing their performance through “pull” instead of “push” models.
In a world of rapid global change, companies have to adopt regularly in order to survive and not to vanish due to their incapability to become resilient. In recent years, companies also have to fight over people. So talent attraction and retention has become the most crucial bet that companies have to win every single day.
The project member Mirjam Neelen reports on the EARLI special interest group (SIG) 27 conference. The conference deals with online and more objective measures of learning processes. The idea is that learning processes are very important to understand because learning is an on-going process leading to an outcome.