AI is rapidly gaining traction in the workplace. It is commonly used to screen job applications and to conduct interviews. AI can enhance on-demand learning and speed up online learning in response to demonstrated mastery.
There’s currently 350 languages spoken in the U.S. and 7,111 languages spoken around the world. However, by harnessing the power of technology, L&D professionals can bridge language barriers in global training programs and set learners up for success.
The surge of IT advancements in recent years has led to an environment where the best tools available for any given operation can change overnight. This environment drives competition and rewards companies that use technologies that can teach employees.
Learning technologies have continued to evolve across the learning and development field. Effectively managing these technologies, especially when you’re adopting a variety of platforms and tech solutions,can be a challenge.
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The technological revolution we have seen over the past 30 years has been unparalleled, resulting in more jobs and higher salaries. The future is ever-changing, and what felt impossible a decade ago is now deemed a mundane part of workers’ everyday...
Previously, corporate training was limited to a few mandated courses for regulatory or functional purposes. Now, learning must be continuous and self-initiated to meet the demands of rapidly changing job functions and requirements.
Using an API, providers can create a strong connection between their software and a customer's existing software. The future of e-learning is being decided by SaaS companies willing to do programming work that leverages the strengths of the other software.
When organizations roll out any kind of technology, they are seeking efficiency and future-readiness. However, in the absence of a planned and structured roadmap and strategy, the impact of technology is often diminutive.