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Using Technology to Build a Learning Culture

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We all know the saying, “If you build it, they will come.” That’s not necessarily true for all L&D professionals and the learning cultures we try to build. Fortunately, we have some insight into the issues that may be holding your learning culture...
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We need continuous upgrading and refreshing of knowledge and skills with a lifelong learning approach. This L&D concept has been around for many years but is experiencing renewed interest as a way of increasing employment opportunities for more people.
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As technology and software become more prevalent in our lives, training priorities are shifting to include more marketable technology skills. The best way to teach technologically advanced skills is with a technologically advanced approach to learning.