Employers need employees with certain skills in order to stay relevant and competitive. Employees don’t have them. Why? And what can organizations do to future-proof their teams and, ultimately, their company?
Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning and Degreed today announced a partnership to help organizations address their most critical talent development and skill gaps through a personalized, learner-driven solution.
Degreed has enhanced its lifelong learning platform with the launch of Skill Review, a lightweight tool that uses machine learning to quickly, yet reliably measure a person’s mastery of any skill in 30 minutes or less.
Degreed announced the acquisition of Pathgather yesterday, a merger that Degreed CEO Chris McCarthy believes creates “an incredible one plus one equals three product innovation opportunity.
Degreed, the lifelong learning platform, today announced it has acquired Pathgather, merging the two companies that invented the learning experience platform (LXP) category.
We have to become more modern in our approach to how we think about, and then support, the development of our employees.
As a training leader, how do you keep track of the various learning activities and learners’ success? How do the employees demonstrate their knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) in a meaningful way?
Degreed, the world’s career-long learning platform, today announced new executive roles for David Blake and Chris McCarthy, along with raising $42 million in a Series C funding round co-led by Owl Ventures.
Degreed, the world’s first career-long skills-building platform, today launched Degreed Skill Certification, a new solution that scores applicants’ existing skills across a wide spectrum of categories.