“That which is most adapted”
This week has seen our Horse Chestnut Tree dropping large spikey shells on us, signalling that Autumn has arrived. Despite the best efforts of leaf mining moths, in our 20 years living here this has undoubtedly been the best for our very old Chestnut tree. (We named the house after it. The other early contender was The Hawthorns, but the wife twigged the link to my favourite football team, West Brom).
In no short measure, personal and professional development has been disrupted by the current pandemic. Workforces are now having to meet the needs of their businesses and their homes simultaneously, balancing their workload with domestic responsibilities. Furthermore, to keep pace with the rapid adoption of disruptive new technologies, which are now vital to succeeding through the pandemic, teams themselves will need disruptive digital solutions for learning to match.