So You’ve Built a Peer-to-Peer Learning Program… Now What?
Katie Hawkes & Simeon Franklin of Twitter Have 3 Tips to Keep the Momentum Going Let’s say you’ve created a successful peer-to-peer learning program at your company. Congratulations! If you’ve been up and running for a year or so, you’re likely learning that this is…
3 Steps to Drive Adoption of a New Cultural Concept
How Haidee Thanda & Andrew Barrett Introduced PlusPlus and Peer-to-Peer Learning at Shopify Introducing a new technology or piece of software across a large company is a difficult endeavor. Complexity increases when the company is experiencing hyper-growth and exploring new approaches to promote learning at…
Balancing Peer-to-Peer Learning with External Conferences at SSENSE
Over the years, companies have tried various strategies to boost employee performance in an overall effort to increase company growth and retention. From bigger paychecks to the prospects of corner offices and 401k plans, all of these can prove to be healthy motivations. But the…
Inclusion & Economic Efficiency Go Hand-in-Hand for Jen Gilbert, Tech Learning Manager at Lyft
It’s no longer a question whether a diverse workplace is beneficial. Article after article has proven that a more diverse and inclusive team results in better products as well as a healthier work environment. But what if catering to a diverse audience is also economically efficient?
3 Ways to Foster a Learning Environment in Your Engineering Team
Learning isn’t just about picking up new skills or even being trained on a particular piece of software; it’s also learning from mistakes and victories alike. So how do you build an environment that encourages this at your company? Author and Consultant Ron Lichty explains.
Why is Creating a Learning Environment Essential for Technical Teams?
Companies are shifting away from hiring for specific programming skills and know-how in lieu of finding candidates who are adaptable and quick to learn on their feet. But how do you maintain that learning environment going forward? Ron Lichty, consultant and former Apple team lead, explains.