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The second quarter of 2019 saw significant activity in assessment and evaluation, compliance training, e-learning, IT and technical training, leadership training, learning technologies and human capital management (HCM) platforms, and sales enablement.
There are brilliant people creating assessments that can predict outcomes like job performance, turnover and leadership potential. You don’t have to go too deep into the science to use them appropriately and make better decisions about talent.
In the new research report “The State of the Sales Training Market,” Training Industry shares exclusive data on the sales training market, insights on how providers deliver sales training programs and common practices for sourcing sales training.
If your organization is looking for training that is both effective and cost-efficient, consider private group training, which is about more than customized content. It also saves your organization from the hidden costs of generic, off-the-shelf training.
To keep up in a dynamic, competitive world, companies from a range of industries have started investing in HR performance systems that bring performance management to the platform employees are most comfortable with: their mobile devices.
Training a diverse network of stakeholders to represent the company’s brand is a high priority for most organizations. Replacing your LMS with a next-generation system will help you better support and address the needs of your extended enterprise.