Join us for this complimentary Training Industry Product Showcase, sponsored by CrossKnowledge. Your host, Bas Horstink, learning solutions consultant at Horstink, will evaluate why personalization is key to skills acquisition at scale.
Our development approach is evolving, but the experience driving that evolution reveals insights that can help any organization ensure skills are retained and refined over time. We need to cultivate skills, and we need to make them stick.
Instructure (NYSE: INST) today added new capabilities in its Bridge Employee Development Platform that enable employees to learn more about and connect with co-workers, join skill communities, and identify potential mentors.
Organizations are providing training at record numbers, but a majority of decision-makers report growing gaps in critical skills that impact the business. Could it be that organizations are not matching skills to the best training format to teach them?
Financial services organizations need to consider new way of supporting skills development. Preparing the workforce for the future will enable organizations to drive performance, growth and innovation.
The evolution of skills is top of mind for professionals in every industry. Adapting to rapid change has become not only a business imperative but also a demand that motivates learning and development strategies.
Athletes understand the importance of regular practice, so why don’t today’s businesses? There’s little difference between the need for rigorous practice by a team of athletes and the need for rigorous practice by a team of executives and employees.
Penn Foster, which partners with leading employers to attract, develop, and retain talent for middle-skill jobs, today announced its acquisition of Ashworth College, an accredited online institution.