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.
How do we adequately prepare tomorrow’s workforce while retraining the hundreds of millions of employees whose roles are quickly evolving?
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here, and new skills are already in high demand. The search for these skills drives today’s labor market, and to beat the competition, you must take a fresh look at existing talent.
Phenom People, the global leader in Talent Experience Management (TXM), and Docebo (TSX:DCBO), the leading AI-powered learning platform, today announced they are joining forces to enhance the employee experience.
In the field of corporate training, we already use e-learning and other blended learning tools, but in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, how can corporate training maintain its relevance? How can organizations adapt to the ever-changing L&D landscape?
1Huddle, a workforce tech company that upskills, trains and motivates employees through the use of science-backed, quick-burst mobile games, announced today it raised $5 million in Series A funding.
This TICE Virtual Conference examines topics impacting the future of the workforce – such as closing the skills gap, managing the remote workforce, leveraging advancements in technology and data collection, and emphasizing soft skills training.
You have likely heard it before: The world of work is changing — and at breakneck speed. The workforce is in a constant state of disruption, compounded by a record-low unemployment rate and low levels of employee engagement.
New Horizons Worldwide, parent company of the New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, has identified Australia as a significant growth opportunity and is investing heavily. New Horizons is currently exploring a new partnership in Australia.