Formal learning can be very helpful in certain situations. However, while it is important, there can be distinct disadvantages as to how useful this learning method is on the job.
How can you balance the need to have content appropriately vetted and curated? To answer this question, we spoke with Lauren Harris, CPTM, of the University of Colorado Boulder and Juliana Stancampiano of Oxygen Learning.
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.
Do you feel like your organization’s learning experiences are disconnected? That’s why connected learning is a game-changer: It’s a holistic, joined-up approach that is more aligned with learning as an organic, human activity.
More than any other generation, millennials rate professional development as important. To accommodate the growing demand, savvy HR professionals are budgeting for co-learning that combines expert knowledge and peer-to-peer mentoring across companies.
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?