When it comes to interpreting data around their own workplace skills shortages, many organizations seem to have a blind spot. Even in 2019 companies of every size are ignoring all the indicators telling that they have an urgent need for ongoing training.
The evolution of skills is top of mind for professionals in every industry. Adapting to rapid change has become not only a business imperative but also a demand that motivates learning and development strategies.
Do you feel like your organization’s learning experiences are disconnected? That’s why connected learning is a game-changer: It’s a holistic, joined-up approach that is more aligned with learning as an organic, human activity.
Adopting a data-driven learning culture is key in reaching organizational goals.
Discover how objective, data-driven feedback through the use of technology can better serve learners.
Join us for this webinar, sponsored by Degreed. Data scientist Marissa Saunders will help you understand the connection between data and learning, including important learning analytics to look for and how to draw insights from data sets.
A learning management system (LMS) can help you increase productivity and make your industry’s employees better at their jobs. To make sure that learners are prepared to use your LMS, follow these tips.
Descriptive metrics don’t inform us of the value of those activities. If we are going to use analytics to improve our performance, we need to know which data points are valuable – both as positive and negative examples.
Collecting a few key pieces of data before meeting with a stakeholder can help drive a faster, more productive conversation and elevate L&D from order-takers to trusted advisers, delivering quality and impact.