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Notes from the Learning Technology Group

Learning Technology Interest Group (LTIG) in Christchurch is a collaborative group in the region made up of people and organisations with a strong interest in leveraging technology to improve learning in their organisations. Synapsys plays a pivotal role in the group, by organising the events and communications of the group and encouraging members to present, […]

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We have the technology, do we know what to do with it?

As always, the Deliotte Global Human Capital Trends challenges  and informs the L&D sector. Careers and Learning is now the number two priority, well ahead of leadership development, digital platforms and analytics. Careers now average 60 years, jobs 4-5 years, and the half-life of a learned skill is now 5 years. Do the maths. We’re […]

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Engaging your team with system change: no frills, big impact

Last month I was running a requirements workshop with a Synapsys client who are at the start of their journey with Learning Management Systems.  For the uninitiated, a requirements workshop aims to pull together all the different things that an organisation wants its system to do.  It’s not about the functionality of a LMS but […]

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New Staff On-board: July 2017

We warmly welcome Karen Gillie and Nigel Young to our team at Synapsys. A former lecturer in adult learning, Karen has been designing workplace L&D for most of her career.  She has extensive experience in matching technology to organisational requirements and is responsible for managing our LMS implementation projects. Nigel has over 20 years’ experience […]

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