Technology is fantastic, making advances with earth-shattering speed that help us achieve more, connect with each other and do things that a mere decade ago we wouldn’t have believed possible. Technology doesn’t exist in a vacuum, though.
Technology is transforming the marketplace in bold and amazing ways. About every business in the developed world is using automation to some degree to free up resources, improve processes and reduce costs.
The National Alliance for Communications, Technology, Education and Learning (NACTEL) — a newly rebranded partnership between AT&T, Verizon, CenturyLink and Frontier Communications; labor unions Communications Workers of America and the International...
We need to say more about training’s effect on employee engagement. In fact, it might be time to start leading with that idea. In the continuing battle to attract and retain talent, training has become the not-so-secret weapon for earning loyalty.
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.
AI, automation and international competition are changing the ways companies operate, offering a tremendous opportunity for HR and L&D leaders to ensure that employees remain relevant to the organization and its business goals.
Pathstream, a startup launched by venture studio Entangled Group that creates educational programs for colleges in partnership with Silicon Valley’s top tech firms, today announced a $12 million Series A investment.
Whether through microlearning, spaced learning, learning journeys, continuous learning cultures or personalized learning, mobile is becoming a catalyst in helping organizations transform their learning landscape to deliver more value.
The Adecco Group U.S. Foundation announced an upskilling effort that will offer free online education opportunities to 3,000 Americans. In partnership with Penn Foster, the program seeks to build a talent pipeline while advancing middle-skill careers.