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?
In recent years, there has been a lot of buzz around the rise of the gig economy. Leveraging a broader pool of talent enables organizations to more easily meet client needs, provide talent in virtually any location and access a specialized skill set.
Learning and development (L&D) initiatives are important to employees and vital for businesses. To support them, it’s important for an organization to have a learning culture. Discover four strategies leaders can use to build a learning culture.
To move into the future and embrace an evidence-based approach to learning, you don’t have to throw out your LMS or revamp your entire strategy. Automated refresh can seamlessly improve learning outcomes by an order of magnitude.
Today's workforce wants to learn, develop and grow.As companies continue to develop learning environments, there are key elements to consider to ensure learning is a part of everyday business, not a side product or nice-to-have activity.
In today’s market, companies must adapt almost as quickly as new information becomes available. The information-driven era in which we do business today produces insights that shift markets within weeks, days or even hours, depending on the industry.
Organizations need to “future-proof” their workforces in order to keep up with new skills and the constant pace of change. What are the most effective ways for organizations to ensure they have the workforce they need to succeed?