Artificial intelligence and learning science are the future of education, but can you get the benefits without hiring an army of data scientists and researchers? Yes, because we’ve done the work for you.
Evidence suggests that as popular as e-learning is, most employees still prefer good old-fashioned face-to-face learning. It’s not as convenient as an app on a phone, but it sure has a greater chance of making a difference in employee’s lives.
According to new research, the U.S. workforce is eager to upskill. However, employers are failing to cater to the development needs of their employees, with fewer than half (46%) of employees having received work-based training in the past year.
There’s so much more to a learning management system (LMS) than ticking boxes to prove that staff are trained and competent. Look past compulsory course modules, and the tools are there to drive company culture and improve employee engagement.
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?
Six Red Marbles (SRM) is partnering with Sana Labs, an artificial intelligence (AI) company using machine learning to personalize education. This partnership supports the companies’ joint mission to provide personalized learning solutions at scale.
For organizations across industries, workplace safety is more crucial than ever. However, many companies still approach compliance with a “check-the-box” attitude and use generic, trite training that is ineffective.
Docebo, the enterprise learning platform powered by artificial intelligence, unveils its latest product update establishing personalization of both the learner experience and brand identity.
This white paper takes a detailed look at four types of learners, how to alleviate skill gaps, how to align training to business goals and more.
Kaplan Leadership & Professional Development will reveal and demonstrate their unique commercial decision making diagnostic at a breakfast learning session on 11 June 2019 from 8.15am to 11.30am at Gaucho Tower Bridge.