Advances in technology are reshaping the contours of work as well as the training that people need to be able to do it. It is a change that companies throughout the developed world are scrambling to keep on top of.
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Just like with the coronavirus, to reduce the risk of a cyberattack, workforces need to remain vigilant, with their guard up at all times.
Looking to Asurion’s apprenticeship program and efforts to cultivate diverse talent in the tech space, learning leaders have a model to create a more equitable future for the tech industry and for all.
As the pandemic reached global proportions and entire workforces shut down, laid off large numbers or moved to remote operations, the training world continued to spin — albeit, perhaps more slowly than normal.
Customer education is a rapidly growing segment of the training market. How can learning leaders deliver training that benefits both customers and the business?
If it seems like everything is changing more quickly than it used to, it’s because it is — exponentially so. Moore’s Law has major implications for every aspect of organizational strategy and operations, and training is no exception.
Certification training is increasingly important for technology and developer professionals, as attaining a certificate validates an individual’s credibility and proficiency within an area of technology.