From converting cost savings into revenue generation to the integration of a digital e-governance infrastructure, immersive training is the beginning – and the backbone – of the smart factory.
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When designed appropriately, internal hackathons could work very well for companies striving to cultivate cultures of learning.
Vanderbilt University has a growing nursing student population. With the need to train more students on the use of the technology, the university is turning to virtual reality.
Over the next few years, learning and development opportunities will start to blend in with day-to-day work, making learning more seamless in the flow of work.
Workplaces are experiencing unprecedented change and a heightened level of stress and anxiety. In lieu of these changes, how can brain science inform leadership development?
L&D organizations need to become invisible, bringing their offerings into on-the-job experiences in the context of everyday work.
As L&D professionals, we embody learning and change, and while technology is not the focus, it does aid us in magnifying opportunities and enriching experiences.
The technological revolution we have seen over the past 30 years has been unparalleled, resulting in more jobs and higher salaries. The future is ever-changing, and what felt impossible a decade ago is now deemed a mundane part of workers’ everyday...