The people of an organization should now be considered its greatest asset, so experts in the modern-day workplace are looking to transform Human Resources (HR) departments into human capital management (HCM) departments, emphasizing the importance of their people.
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.
Yesterday’s post highlighted some of the reasons why you’ll want to implement social learning this year, in addition to the fact that it will likely outpace on-demand remote learning soon.
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.
Seventy-three percent of the companies that were surveyed in a Brandon Hall study expected to increase their focus on social learning last year, which means that by this year most of them have probably already implemented their social learning strategies.
Organizations typically spend more money on their sales training programs each year than they do on any other type of training program—sometimes millions of dollars more.
In a previous post, we discussed the importance of onboarding efforts for setting the stage for an employee’s successful career with an organization, as well as aiding in employee retention. To that end, we made the case for finding ways to measure the effectiveness of your employee onboarding programs.
Cisco predicted that 80% of all Internet traffic this year will be video content. And nearly all organizations will plan to use video content as an integral part of their learning and development (L&D) strategies this year, as well.
Many employers think that they need to offer things like table tennis in large and custom-designed breakrooms, organic juice bars, bring-your-dog-to-work days, and free lunch every other day—especially when it comes to hiring younger employees—to retain employees and keep them happy.
Continuing from yesterday’s post, here are the five more essential metrics you’ll want to track to ensure your virtual training programs remain effective.