Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

[WEBINAR] Content + Context = Improved Performance

5th December 2017 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Over the last few years we have noticed a desire within businesses to learn more about how they can make their learning solutions more relevant to the workplace need and the most efficient delivery process. Industry experts and forward thinkers such as Bob Mosher with 2 clicks/10 Seconds and Charles Jennings work on 70:20:10 have been instrumental in making Learning & Development strategy part of board level discussions.

 During this webinar we will be discussing some of the latest issues such as content curation, contextualisation, situational learning and what knowledge organisations require at the workplace level in order to turn knowledge into workplace performance.

You will learn about:

  • Industrialising your learning content or the content factory model
  • How to train less and improve performance
  • Strategic learning delivery models & knowledge management

tts believe that knowledge is a vital resource in every organisation. Employees’ know-how plays a particularly important role in business processes, because processes can only execute efficiently and effectively if employees know and understand them. Strategic knowledge management, built throughout business processes, provides the basis for achieving this.

To learn more please sign up here for our webinar “Content + Context = Improved Performance”


About the moderator:

 Wai-Bin Lai is the UK Country Director for tts, the leading provider of knowledge transfer solutions. Wai-Bin has over 10 years’ experience working in the IT training industry, having worked with many of the leading learning IT and performance support technology vendors. An advocate for workplace learning, Wai-Bin has helped a broad range of Fortune 500 organisations shape their learning and performance strategies to deliver real and measurable results.


5th December 2017
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Event Category:




View Announcements