Almost all areas of business are rapidly changing, and your learning program is no exception. To thrive in this evolving environment, you must rethink your entire learning ecosystem to engage employees with learning that positively impacts your business.
Businesses are navigating uncharted territory. It started with wise cancellations of conferences, followed by meetings and travel. Here we are now, hunkered down in our homes. The business world has been forced to pivot to significant change.
Professional learning and development (L&D) do not become less important because employees work from home. On the contrary, the job of L&D departments is crucial in supporting and easing this sudden transition to remote work.
While mergers and acquisitions seem to have slowed down in April, there was still substantial activity in the training market in January, February and March.
By transporting remote employees into a simulated, realistic environment, virtual reality (VR) can keep them connected — and learning — throughout the pandemic.
Most electrical accidents are preventable, but a single mistake can be fatal, and traditional videos and textbooks are not enough to prepare workers.
Lessonly announced a $15 million Series C funding round led by AXA Venture Partners, with participation from Zendesk, Allos Ventures, Atlas Peak Capital, Rethink Education, and The Yard Ventures.
Emphasize the long-term benefits of virtual reality training to your organization to gain the attention and buy-in that you need.
By shifting their approach, business leaders can make a difference and put their organization’s diversity and inclusion efforts on the right track.