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.
IT and Technical Training
The biggest thing keeping chief information security officers (CISOs) up at night isn’t hackers or malware or even new regulations; it’s their own teams.
How can we make training more impactful to make sure that they actually retain something from the training and walk away with knowledge they can use?
Training and retaining skilled IT employees can be challenging in today’s competitive job market. Companies must prioritize learning and development (L&D) initiatives for their IT workforce or risk losing their top talent.
In a world where software is rapidly evolving, how can you empower users to use your company’s software to its fullest capability?
IT and other technologies are evolving faster than most companies can keep up, even through talent acquisition.
25 Oct 20181:00 pm
Tech training impacts organizations’ processes and functions as businesses have shifted to digitization. Understanding the skill gap, identifying the roadblocks and developing effective learning programs will help organizations meet their business goals.
Different training companies teach similar concepts, especially when it comes to information technology (IT). As these training companies grow, they seem to be causing inconsistency in the learning experience.