Raytheon Learning Symposium UK 2015: Shaping the Future of Learning

At our Raytheon Professional Services (RPS) Symposiums, held recently in Frankfurt and London, we discussed the challenge of keeping pace with today’s changing learning landscape while preparing for tomorrow’s needs. With the help of insightful presentations from  a variety of learning experts, we explored the most pressing topics on the minds of senior HR and learning...

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The Evolution of Social Learning

At Raytheon Professional Services (RPS), we help our clients keep pace with the changing training landscape to ensure the ongoing effectiveness of their organization’s learning programs. As I mentioned in my most recent post, Applying Social Learning to the 70:20:10 Model, we have seen the introduction of social media drive an evolution in learning. With...

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Are You Ready for the Morning Executive Summit with Training Industry?

Our team at Raytheon Professional Services (RPS) is excited about this week’s Morning Executive Summit, presented by Training Industry Inc. and RPS. This unique learning event is taking place at the JW Marriott in Chicago on Wednesday, September 16. We will explore the latest trends in the corporate training marketplace and unveil new research results on the...

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Don’t Be a Monday Morning Quarterback – Three Tips for Learning Pros

“Common sense always speaks too late… Common sense is the Monday morning quarterback who could have won the ball game if he had been on the team. But he never is…,” Raymond Chandler, author With the American football season kicking off this week, we are bound to hear a lot of Monday morning quarterbacking at...

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Three High Consequence Training Takeaways from Summer 2015

  September is the time of year when we all enter “back-to-school” mode. Here at Raytheon Professional Services (RPS), as we prepare for the busy fall season, we’re also thinking about some of lessons learned in the summer months to help us better prepare for what’s ahead. This summer, we experienced some remarkable and unfortunate...

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