Trainual, a leader in the Business Knowledge Transfer market, today announced the company has successfully closed a $6.75M Series A funding round led by 4490 Ventures and MATH Venture Partners.
To maintain alignment with the organization’s strategic goals, leaders must work in partnership with the rest of the workforce to ensure that the right information is shared with the right people at the right time to support critical business functions.
Workforce shifts are leaving organizations with a sizeable knowledge and skills gap and the dual challenge of retaining millennial employees and transferring boomer knowledge before they retire.
We all know that, even with the best training, learning isn’t always applied back on the job. An investigative approach can help us expand our skill set and ensure that learning is a success for learners and companies.
Learning and knowledge distribution is no longer learning and development’s (L&D’s) sole responsibility and, whether you accept it or not, your employees are finding solutions elsewhere.
Nalco Champion, an Ecolab company serving the energy sector, borrowed from social media the concept of a discussion board, where topics are posted for consideration by individuals around the world.
RealWear, Inc., the leader in knowledge transfer and training platforms for the connected worker, announced today an $80 million Series B financing round. RealWear will use the funds to continue market expansion and accelerate its platform development.
Nalco Champion, an Ecolab company serving the energy sector, borrowed from social media the concept of a discussion board. In creating this CORE program, Nalco Champion has taken knowledge transfer, capture and preservation to a new level.
The challenge of capturing experienced employees’ knowledge before they retire or opt for another job has mystified talent development professionals since long before that job title existed.
Organizations are always looking for ways to enhance productivity, and while workplace collaboration has been a buzzword for some time now, the word “collaboration” is too broad, because so much falls into that bucket.