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As employees transition to remote work in the wake of the COVID-19 global pandemic, new insights on how to effectively manage virtual employee engagement during a crisis are emerging.
Much like the rest of the organization, learning is going through a digital transformation. As the modern learning environment evolves, we do not see an abandonment of instructor-led training
Pressure has never been greater on learning and procurement organizations to deliver more learning and better outcomes, while reducing costs. Effective supplier management is critical.
Immersive technologies such as virtual and augmented reality can bring value to organizations when utilized for learning and development.
In Conduent’s recent Webinar: The Digital Workplace of the Future, featured guest speaker David Blake, Co-founder of Degreed and co-author of “The Expertise Economy,” offered his perspective...
As we all know, in today’s business change is the only constant — a concept that has never been more true in the areas of HR and learning development.
It is now part of their job to identify trends and help their organizations stay in front of skills needs, provide continual learning The post eBook: Why Learning is Pivotal to Business...
Learning has been evolving for– rather decades, but that evolution is accelerating. With each new advance, augmenting than replacing, we now have a vast array of technologies at our disposal.
Training administrators are the unsung heroes of many learning and development (L&D) departments.
As organizations move from a “just-in-case” to “just-in-time” approach to learning and development, individual learning styles and preferences are taking center stage.
Learning and development succeeds when a company's most valuable resource – its people – learn to do things differently.
Learning and development may not be the first department diving into digital and AI transformation within your organization, but don’t let that stop you from getting ready. The digital age demands...