Join us for this complimentary Training Industry webinar, sponsored by Axonify. JD Dillon, Chief Learning Architect at Axonify, will explore the practical realities of reskilling the frontline workforce.
Fifty four percent of workers will need reskilling and/or upskilling by 2022 in order for them and their organizations to remain competitive in the quickly changing world of work.
Many of the roles that exist today didn’t exist a few years ago. Roles like data scientist and AI developer are in their infancy. With the advent of new roles like these, many organizations are struggling to find talent to fill such critical positions.
EdCast announced that it is collaborating with Mastercard to deliver resources to enable governments and enterprises to develop the workforce of the future and close skills gaps around the world.
Guild Education, a B Corporation focused on creating opportunity for America’s workforce through education, announced today the close of its $157 million Series D financing round led by General Catalyst.
Self-motivated learners. Retirement horizons. Promoting a high-performance learning culture throughout your organization. The challenges of upskilling a workforce to meet current and future needs are ongoing and global.
If building competence is the objective, particularly in corporate L&D, does it make sense to have one group of learners who “gets” the material and another group who does not — with a bell curve of variations in competence in between?
The robots are coming! Whether we believe that or not, there’s a clear need to drive a new, future-focused skilling strategy in our organizations. The learning industry is quickly becoming the face of the new future skills economy, and we have to...
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is changing the way products are envisioned, manufactured, distributed, acquired and consumed. It impacts the way business is done and what customers, employees, and society at large expect of businesses.