Data literacy means more than the ability to analyze data. We need to be able to discover, identify, collect, process, interpret and communicate data.
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While tech skills have been in demand for some time now, the demand for a digitally fluent workforce has spiked due to recent shifts in how we work and learn.
Learn how IT training can successfully assist and support your remote workforce.
Vista Equity Partners’ acquisition of Pluralsight may be a good sign for digital L&D platforms.
Data is the new oil, and L&D is perfectly positioned to harness this data in meaningful ways. It does not need to be complex – only thoughtful.
Growth in data is causing an evolution of certain skill sets in order to meet a rapid and ever-changing market demand.
Professionals are training in record numbers, but 79% of IT decision-makers are reporting worsening, business-impacting skills gaps. Something is wrong.
Reductions in training budgets have increased skills gaps, decreased economic growth and is killing bottom lines around the world.
The quick pace of technological innovation across industries and countries means increased demand for highly skilled IT professionals. However, this demand is not being met.
The appetite for mobile learning is growing. Revenues in this sector are forecasted to reach $2.1 billion by 2019. But how well does mobile learning work on tablets and smartphones, and how can learning and development professionals improve the mobile