The rapid pace of digital transformation makes it difficult to stay current solely through internally developed learning resources. That’s where outsourcing employee training can come to the rescue. However, even training procurement has its limitations.
As organizations look to outsource some or all of their training to reduce costs, should they also pursue it as a route to innovation?
The outsourcing of non-core business functions has become a mainstream practice, and outsourcing the learning function is no different than outsourcing, say, your company’s payroll.
Regardless of what your organization’s needs are, it’s imperative to understand the power of a well-thought-out and well-executed training program that is founded on a common purpose and aligned with your organization’s goals.
The field of LMS offerings is dynamic, competitive and possibly confusing. Each year, Training Industry, Inc. recognizes the Top 20 providers and another 21 on the watchlist. Many more are not even on the lists! How can you compare them all fairly?
How do we keep the talent we have, and how do we get the skills needed to accomplish our goals? The simple answer is lifelong learning and education, which will recession-proof your organization.
EdCast, known as the operating system for the knowledge economy, announces the acquisition of Rotterdam-based Leapest. Founded in 2017, Leapest hosts three integrated training resource marketplaces on one platform.
Choosing the right corporate training can be difficult. This guide can help. Discover the key questions and criteria that can help guide your corporate training decision-making process.
Training Industry, the most trusted source of information on the business of learning, released the 2018 Top Training Companies selections for the Training Outsourcing sector.
Learning and development can be a challenge for any company, but getting it right can pay dividends in employee engagement and retention. Working with a training company can help you to meet challenges, even with a limited budget or small internal tr