Thoughts on learning and development strategy, tactics, and how to use eLearning technology to drive change.
4 Trends in Employee Learning and Development
L&D has undergone a profound transformation in recent months as the age of the pandemic ends, much of the workforce returns to the workforce, and the era of AI begins. This eBook looks at four emerging trends in L&D today.
Think Like A CEO: How Learning Drives Business Impact
Learning leaders are increasingly aware of the need to link learning measurement to broader business objectives. This research summary looks at how organizations are measuring the business impact of learning.
Now is the time to rethink strategies for delivering cybersecurity training. Annual refresher courses may not be the best approach to delivering effective and engaging training. This eBook examines strategies to create more and better opportunities for learning.
Getting and keeping stakeholder buy-in is crucial to the long-term success of L&D programs. This eBook examines strategies to better understand the goals and opportunities of different members of an organization and how to garner their buy-in.
Developing learning programs that have “stickiness” requires constant attention, measurement, and listening. This eBook examines strategies to consider when developing those nuanced and advanced learning programs.
Employee Belonging is one of the fastest-growing influences on how your employees, prospective employees, and others view your organization. This eBook breaks down ways to help create a sense of belonging.
What makes up a great eLearning strategy? Building a modern eLearning program is more than amassing a huge content library. In many cases, more isn’t always better. See what else factors into a good strategy.
Attracting high-quality talent starts with cultivating a powerful employment brand. Organizations that create space to connect, share, and learn can benefit from increased qualified candidates and a reduction in turnover.
Workplace expectations are, once again, on the rise. The same is true for learning technology. A scattered workforce demands a modern learning experience and not all learning solutions can adapt. Here are 5 ways to tell if it’s time for a change.
Learner engagement is not an easy task as learning programs are rarely maintenance-free. Even the most bullet-proof L&D plans need to be reviewed and revised periodically. See ways to boost learner engagement.
Getting back to work after a crisis and into what will be the “next normal” can be a difficult process. The workplace has changed. So has the workforce. See how to safely bring employees back with eLearning.
Decentralized Learning: What the Future LMS Could Be
Learning content is found in many places and in many forms these days. The LMS of the future will need to package the world’s information and distribute it to your computer, phone, or medium of choice.
Next-generation Leaders Need Next-generation Learning
Today, leaders are faced with a changing future. For example, the Business Roundtable, a group of nearly 200 CEOs, decided that their companies could no longer just focus on creating shareholder value.
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