Mixed reality is an immersive technology that continues to make advancements, opening doors to new enterprise applications. This technology creates an enhanced, realistic environment where users can interact with real-world and computer-based objects.
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Previously, corporate training was limited to a few mandated courses for regulatory or functional purposes. Now, learning must be continuous and self-initiated to meet the demands of rapidly changing job functions and requirements.
Measuring the effectiveness of training is a crucial activity to ensure expected return on investment. In the ever-changing business environment, corporate training needs are continually evolving. ROI continues to evolve accordingly.
Whether with YouTube or an internal platform, the adoption of video learning continues to grow, especially since members of the newest generation to enter the workforce have had a screen in their hand since they were about five years old.
AI is powerful, when it’s used well. Realizing its potential will define the learning and development of the future – which is why we, as L&D professionals, need to develop a better understanding of how AI can work with training.
While there’s clear value in using even a basic digital learning solution, it can be difficult to understand how to structure your learning platform to achieve success. Here’s some advice that can help.
Of all the metrics that L&D leaders should focus on when designing a leadership training program aimed at developing conversational leadership, if you were to choose just one, it should be self-awareness.