The digital workplace is set to improve the way that we keep our workstreams on track. Read on for ideas about how 2019 is shaping up to create a new digital workplace environment.
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Adaptive learning focuses on the knowledge and skills that employees do not possess or are less confident in. Its “teaching-by-asking” approach probes what people already know and uncovers and fixes knowledge and skill gaps as well as misconceptions.
In the digital age, soft skills like emotional intelligence are only becoming more important. Fortunately, the digital age presents innovative and effective ways of helping employees develop those skills, as well.
Virtual reality (VR) has been on the market for several years now, and gamification has also been picking up speed in the last few years as a viable training solution. A blend of these tools can help take learning to the next level.
Here are four different paths to ROI through coaching and self-improvement.
Organizations are always looking for ways to enhance productivity, and while workplace collaboration has been a buzzword for some time now, the word “collaboration” is too broad, because so much falls into that bucket.
What happens when the companies that are famous for helping other companies adopt technology go through their own enterprise implementation? Sometimes, they end up in a situation like the allegorical shoemaker who doesn’t make shoes for his own children.
Think about the entire generation of workers that will be entering the workforce who do not know a world without digital assistants.