Immersive technologies enable a fundamentally better way to properly equip your employees to excel at their roles. Real-world simulation provides real-world behavioral change.
Features This Issue
The experiential nature of virtual reality enables learners to retain knowledge and acquire skills in a way that video and text cannot match.
Well-designed game elements in learning can be a powerful tool for a training strategy. Examine the myths holding businesses back from using game-based learning.
People skills are critical to fostering teamwork and high engagement. Today’s soft skills training simply does not scale. Virtual reality with artificial intelligence can help.
By turning training topics into games, you are creating an engaging learning experience that transforms boring content into something much more memorable.
VR is a brand training tool that can help industry leaders share engaging stories, transform employees into brand ambassadors, and increase ROI for years to come.
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Armed with great advancements in data science, artificial intelligence and machine learning, adaptive learning is on the cutting edge of a new, dramatic change.
VR training allows for more extensive training opportunities in a practical, hands-on learning environment where skills and knowledge can be tested, and training can be done repetitively.
Perspectives and expertise for the learning leader.
Thought Leaders This Issue
Create an immersive learning environment through the practical application of new technologies like augmented reality, virtual reality and artificial intelligence.
As companies modernize and implement technologies from machine learning to humanoid robots, the employee skill set required to keep up is significantly changing.
Modern technology like VR can offer learners the capacity to experience information. And when they do, they can understand situations deeply and remember them vividly.
As more of our learning emanates from computers, tablets and phones, there has been a sharp decline in the frequency with which we use a pen or pencil to write.
Emerging technologies can accelerate the fundamental process of building leaders, driving behavior change and producing results.
This year, AI systems will support our workplace learning trajectory more than ever, but only if we can be deliberate in establishing ethical frameworks and make its use more transparent.
Training managers from companies of all sizes are confronted with the need to select a technology to assist with the learning experience.
The learner experience is at the heart of training and development. Experience increases learner engagement, competency and the likelihood that the new skills will become engrained behaviors.
Info Exchanges This Issue
Mixed reality integrates digital content into the real world and is becoming an important and versatile key technology of the future in the field of vocational education and training.
Most people think digital transformation is all about technology, but it’s really about people, process and technology. This digital evolution has occurred quickly and is affecting every aspect of business.
New programs launched by training companies DDI and Kahoot! are expanding the definition of “training provider” and providing funding and other support for edtech startups.
Building succession plans is a critical task at every company, yet very few are prepared to replace leaders when they’re lost. How do you identify your high-potential, next-generation leaders?
More and more organizations are reaping the benefits from offering HiPo (high-potential) programs that provide intense, targeted training for their rising-star employees. But now the stakes are even bigger.
All CEOs will inevitably leave their positions, so it is critical for companies to plan for unexpected and intentional exits by their leaders.
There's no question, the downside of a good economy is that it's ridiculously hard to retain your best talent. So how do you build a sticky culture that inspires your best talent to stick around?
Organizations are neglecting to help new leaders make the toughest psychological and emotional shift in their careers: moving from a high-potential, superstar employee to a manager.
Understanding the science behind manifesting our greatest potential is key to the development of future leaders.