In the field of corporate training, we already use e-learning and other blended learning tools, but in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, how can corporate training maintain its relevance? How can organizations adapt to the ever-changing L&D landscape?
“Going digital” is the norm. We have all digitized our lives, and companies and institutions are increasingly digitizing their operations — even though many are struggling to reinvent themselves in order to survive in such a rapidly changing...
The Fourth Industrial Revolution impacts every aspect of business. What does your organization need to do to prevent skills shortage? A combination of hiring and training is a realistic way for companies to ensure they have the talent to succeed.
Coursera, the world’s leading online learning platform, today announced Coursera for Campus — a new offering designed to help universities around the world respond to the unprecedented challenges posed by the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is changing the way products are envisioned, manufactured, distributed, acquired and consumed. It impacts the way business is done and what customers, employees, and society at large expect of businesses.
Skills like leadership, collaboration and communication are usually described as soft skills, but they should be referred to as durable skills. These are the skills that, once you have them, you will use for the rest of your life.
How does this administration’s focus on workforce development – along with other economic trends – impact L&D organizations?
What does the Fourth Industrial Revolution mean for the people who lead organizations – and for the people who train them to do so?