To deliver the workforce of the future, organizations need to adopt and implement a holistic system in which both learners and organizations can thrive.
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Ask yourself — and your stakeholders — these five basic, but essential, questions to determine what type of content your learning initiatives need to succeed.
Today’s instructional designers must learn how to navigate the rise of the hyperactive e-learner, namely, the employees who power-click through content for completion, not retention.
Professionals are training in record numbers, but 79% of IT decision-makers are reporting worsening, business-impacting skills gaps. Something is wrong.
Using applied improv as an experiential learning methodology aligned with the pillars of VUCA enables learners to shift their behaviors and attitudes in the moment.
In the face of fluctuating regulations, disruptive competitors and emergent client requirements, learning professionals and people leaders can employ five strategies to build resilience.
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Professional training no longer requires taking employees away from their work, thanks to an innovative new approach: workflow-enabled learning.
Perspectives and expertise for the learning leader.
Thought Leaders This Issue
Today’s workplace requires a more adaptable employee. The rate of change we are experiencing continues to increase and doesn’t show signs of slowing down.
L&D organizations need to become invisible, bringing their offerings into on-the-job experiences in the context of everyday work.
you have to make adjustments to the way you use your brain in order to work smarter – not harder. So, how do you optimize your brain to learn and adapt at the speed of change?
Instilling learnership is about equipping the workforce with the skills to learn, adapt and apply evolving knowledge at the speed of change.
Ongoing, diligent, immersive, fresh discovery has never been a more vital prerequisite. Change is everywhere — and impacts everything.
As L&D professionals, we embody learning and change, and while technology is not the focus, it does aid us in magnifying opportunities and enriching experiences.
As agility becomes a more accepted business strategy, the questions of how your training organization becomes more agile continue to grow.
How can employees adapt to changing work conditions while prioritizing their own development? As with any goal, we must start small.
Info Exchanges This Issue
Customer experience improvement is not only a buzzword in business today, but a strategic imperative for companies seeking to differentiate their brands through impactful experiences.
Three-quarters of Americans do not speak a second language. Why have companies largely avoided offering language learning to their employees?
Fifty four percent of workers will need reskilling and/or upskilling by 2022 in order for them and their organizations to remain competitive in the quickly changing world of work.
The technological revolution we have seen over the past 30 years has been unparalleled, resulting in more jobs and higher salaries. The future is ever-changing, and what felt impossible a decade ago is now deemed a mundane part of workers’ everyday lives.
Practitioners need a way to validate ideas proposed by non-learners and to invent something new that hits the mark. Enter a new, powerful tool in the L&D toolbox: design thinking.
As technological advancement accelerates, organizations are faced with the challenge of managing the interaction between legacy systems and new digital platforms.
Wherever your organization is on its digital journey, there are ways to include crowdsourcing in your development toolkit — whether it’s enabling employees to generate development ideas or increasing post-learning application and retention.
Staying at the forefront of change has become an added responsibility of L&D professionals. Understanding the state of the industry and how this may impact your employees and bottom line is integral to running a great training organization.
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