In a recent post, we covered four reasons why you’ll want to personalize your learning and development initiatives this year. This post will cover how you can personalize your training and development initiatives this year.
As a result of recent technological innovations, learners across industries are demanding that their employers provide them with relevant and personalized learning experiences. Below are four reasons why you’ll want to consider heeding their demands and expectations.
Are you in the market for new learning and development (L&D) software for your organization? According to users and expert ratings, the following software vendors appeared on multiple “best” workplace training and learning software lists from 2018.
Due to rapid advancements in technology across industries and business sectors, experts believe that around 375 million workers worldwide will have to seek new employment and switch occupations altogether by 2030 … unless employers decide to revamp their training programs and implement continuous learning across their organizations.
Conducting business via the cloud will be the norm, even for laggards, in 2019. And if you haven’t migrated your L&D department, its operations, and its learning management system (LMS) to the cloud by now, you’ll be missing out on a lot this year, and your competition will outpace you.
By now, you’ve most likely heard of SaaS (Software as a Service), but have you heard of LaaS (Learning as a Service)? Continue reading to see what you need to know about it.
With each passing year, the e-learning industry keeps getting larger and larger and even more sophisticated. It’s currently predicted to be worth $325 billion by 2025 and shows no signs of slowing down, especially in 2019.
The International Data Corporation (IDC) predicts that the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for global sending via artificial intelligence (AI) will be 50.1%, reaching $57.6 billion by 2021. And the three most in-demand AI-related skills are currently machine learning, deep learning, and natural language processing. Additionally, the deep learning market, which is a subset of […]
YouTube has developed quite the reputation among its users as a go-to, informal source for quick DIY lessons and how-tos. In fact, a 2017 survey from YouTube found that one in seven people now go to the video platform to solve a problem related to their job, studies, or hobbies.
According to research highlighted in MIT Sloan Management Review, 85% of executives believe that artificial intelligence (AI) will help them sustain or obtain a competitive advantage. But, less than 39% of companies have an AI strategy in place, including AI for learning and development (L&D) platforms.