Virtual reality (VR) is one of several tools revolutionizing the way that companies train, engage and retain their employees. One of the most groundbreaking aspects of VR training is the wealth of data it generates.
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A training management system (TMS) is a big investment for any training provider. The time and effort required to effectively implement a TMS means you want to do it right. Taking extra time now to evaluate your options is crucial to maximizing your ROI.
In today’s tight talent market, retaining your best employees can be just as important as recruiting promising new ones. In addition to traditional methods, such as mentoring, new technologies are providing additional ways to manage and retain employees.
Organizations are actively seeking more modern training delivery methods for maximum content and training retention by incorporating online courses into their training regimen. But moving training online is only the first step to content modernization.
Imagine if learners had 24/7 access to the information they needed, when they needed it. The onboarding process would be quicker, productivity would soar and the weight of knowledge transfer would be largely lifted off the training manager’s shoulders.
Innovations in learning technology are turning heads and broadening ideas of what’s possible. Just like online learning revolutionized workplace training in the early 2000s, new tools are set to reshape the training landscape and offer better approaches.
From fitness trackers to smart glasses to head-mounted displays (HMDs), the wearable technology industry has boomed in recent years. In fact, Gartner predicts that worldwide shipments of wearable devices will reach 225 million this year.
A core function of HR is to manage employee talent and encourage employee development, but outdated, siloed systems make it nearly impossible to align talent development with individual performance or broader business objectives.