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Are the leadership development challenges of fast-paced technology organizations really all that different? Leadership experts say the answer is definitely "yes."
Wherever you are on the continuum of moving to the virtual classroom, you are likely asking the same questions: What’s new in virtual training? Where is it going next? What do we need to do to prepare?
Digital disruption has been finding its way rather aggressively into the L&D space. As L&D professionals, how do we manage the tsunami of change that is the daily reality of workplace learning?
Gamification allowed us to mirror the complexities of organizational structure and siloed working practices to develop the skills managers need to work in a matrixed organization.
Over 56 percent of the workforce reads below a sixth-grade level, and one-quarter is illiterate.
Once upon a time, the corporate learning environment was bursting with boring presentations filled with too many words, occupying too many slides.
Learning professionals are faced with a rapid emergence of new multimedia technologies that can enhance both engagement and effectiveness. However, a new breed of immersive technologies has come to the forefront of learning strategies.