London (UK), April 2023 - Fosway Group, one of Europe's leading HR industry analysts, has announced the appointment of Myles Runham as Senior Analyst and lead analyst for digital learning. The appointment is a part of Fosway's ongoing growth and continued investment in its research and analyst team and follows the recent appointment of Claire-Marie de Vulliod as lead analyst in France.
Myles Runham will be responsible for Fosway's digital learning research, including the Fosway 9-Grid™ for Digital Learning and other related research themes. He joins Fosway Group with more than 25 years' experience of the digital learning market, having worked as an in-house learning leader, including leading digital for BBC Academy.
Furthermore, as an independent digital consultant, Myles focused on the impact of technology on the workplace. He has helped learning teams to develop their digital capabilities and encouraged the adoption of a product mindset and user-centred design to enhance digital learning services. Myles also supported digital learning buyers in their vendor selection processes and worked with learning vendors on their product development and go to market strategy.
"Digital learning has been a strategic market for Fosway research and analysis for over 20 years. The market has grown continually and the pandemic and shift to hybrid working only accelerated that further, consolidating the role of digital as a lead driver for all corporate learning," said David Wilson, CEO, Fosway Group. "Myles is a key addition to the Fosway analyst team. His proven experience as a corporate leader, as well as his understanding of learning strategies, technology, and the partner landscape, will help Fosway further strengthen our digital learning research leadership, as well as our services to corporate clients."
"I have known the Fosway team and their work for many years as a customer and a partner and admire their rigorous approach to evidence and clarity of insight," said Myles. "The industry is changing rapidly, and in fundamental ways, and this role gives me the chance to understand that change from the centre and to help the learning community navigate the developing landscape."