Modern companies have begun to rely more and more on learning management systems (LMSs). However, the traditional LMS may sometimes still be ineffective, particularly when it comes to more technical exercises or complex software training.
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Make sure L&D professionals have a thorough understanding of the industry in which they work. Whether they are on the buy or the sell side, knowledge of the industry will help them deliver value and garner a positive individual reputation.
In just about all organizations, information technology (IT) has become both indispensable to and a critical differentiator for how an organization performs.
Since October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, I thought it appropriate to comment on developments in the field and implications for workforce training and awareness.
While e-learning can be valuable, it alone will rarely enable the development of needed skills, particularly when individuals work in a team environment. To address this issue, organizations need to develop training and developmental approaches that...
There is a model that has made a meaningful difference in organizations’ ability to deliver successful IT programs: the Program Management Centers of Excellence (PM COEs) that draw on best practices, capitalize on pockets of excellence throughout an...
Investing in employees’ career development can help to foster a sense of loyalty, and it can also increase the organization’s attraction to potential employees.