|Business-Services||AMERICAS||Carrington Holding Company, LLC||Download|
Carrington Holding Company, LLC
Carrington partnered with Skillsoft to develop a business case. Carrington utilized their Skillsoft representative and learning strategist, to create the case and to get the new Carrington Education Portal running quickly and effectively. By starting with mandatory compliance training, Carrington positioned Skillport as the "Google of Learning," encouraging users to access it for their own professional development.
Learn how CGI partnered with Skillsoft to deliver a "Learning Everywhere" site, featuring examples of experiential learning activities and Skillsoft's New Habit Calendar and how all eLearning courses, videos and books were a click away for members identifying their individual learning style and planning their professional and personal development.
|Business-Services||AMERICAS||Crane Worldwide Logistics||Download|
Crane Worldwide Logistics
Crane partnered with Skillsoft to introduce a number of Learning Programs that pull together four courses grouped around a particular theme. These programs cover a variety of topics from Microsoft Office Products, to Foreign Corrupt Practices Act compliance, to courses that target advanced management skills orpersonal productivity.
When Menasha adopted the Welch Way program, a partnership with Skillsoft and the Jack Welch Management Institute, learning leaders recognized that they couldn't roll this first leadership development program out alone and contracted Skillsoft's Leadership Services team to help implement the program.
|Multiple||AMERICAS||Skillsoft Global Leader Forum Members||Download|
Skillsoft Global Leader Forum Members
We created the Global Leader Forum, an invitation-only group, to allow us to continuously unearth, adapt and share best practices from Skillsoft's and SumTotal's most progressive clients. The forum is made of our top clients who are rocking their programs across the four best practice building blocks. They engage with the business to set objectives, they align solutions to meet strategic priorities, they enable adoption and they measure value to the business.
|Content||Hitachi Consulting's Jennifer Crowfoot||Play|
Hitachi Consulting's Jennifer Crowfoot
Hitachi Consulting developed a custom course that replaced a two-day classroom session. This eLearning module helped them save on travel costs and billable hours, earning the organization a 200% ROI on their learning investment.
|Content||Capgemini's Marijke Dekker||Play|
Capgemini's Marijke Dekker
In her previous role with CapGemini, Ms. Dekker didn't work with us directly and wondered why there were so many learning assets. Now in a role where she works with various business partners, she appreciates that no matter what learning needs emerge, Skillsoft has something to meet the need.
|Content||University of Alberta's Cynthia Munro||Play|
University of Alberta's Cynthia Munro
The University of Alberta's Cynthia Munro was surprised by the amount of relevant content they were able to get from Skillsoft, leading to topic discoveries like project management, and the leadership and IT resources people had been asking for.
|Content||Catapult Technology's Katie Cawood||Play|
Catapult Technology's Katie Cawood
Catapult's Katie Cawood prepared for her PHR certification exam using only Skillsoft resources (and passed!). She believes her experience has set a good example in the company and built credibility for eLearning and Skillsoft within her organization.
|Content||Davenport University's Lynda Cribari||Play|
Davenport University's Lynda Cribari
For Davenport University, Skillsoft is the way to go when it comes to an affordable way to address the budget cuts that many organizations are dealing with now that challenge them to do more with less.
|Business||Supply Chain Management Basics: Cutting Costs and Optimizing Delivery||Course||Launch|
Supply Chain Management Basics: Cutting Costs and Optimizing Delivery
Supply chain management, which is an integral part of operations management, is essential for both manufacturing and service organizations. It involves coordinating all the operations involved in designing, making, and delivering products or services to customers in order to manage costs and meet customer demands as efficiently as possible. In the course, you'll learn about the main components of a supply chain, the key objectives and drivers of supply chain management, and the characteristics of supply chain management in service organizations. You'll also learn how to select and combine appropriate supply chain management strategies, and how to measure their efficiency by considering certain key performance areas.
|Business||Career and Family Challenges for Women Leaders||Course||Launch|
Career and Family Challenges for Women Leaders
Women face unique challenges in the workplace, including the difficulty in balancing work and family. Their experience in running both a family and a career also provides them with unique value and perspective. In this course, you'll learn how to conquer some of the challenges of career and family, including building a support system, overcoming the perfection mindset, and reframing your limiting beliefs.
|Business||Overcoming Your Own Unconscious Biases||Course||Launch|
Overcoming Your Own Unconscious Biases
Part of understanding the role of unconscious bias in the workplace is admitting to yourself that you have biases too. Once you've accepted it, you can take steps to overcome those biases and embrace workplace diversity. In this course, you'll learn how to recognize and observe your own biases. You'll also learn how to stop, collaborate, and move past your biases. Finally, you'll learn what to do if a bias flares up again.
|Business||Maximize Your Productivity by Managing Time and Tasks||Course||Launch|
Maximize Your Productivity by Managing Time and Tasks
The amount of time available to you is constant — you can't buy more and you can't save it for later. What you can do is increase your productivity — the value you produce in the time you have. And the better you understand your own personal productivity, the easier it will be to manage your time effectively. In this course, you'll learn about managing tasks in a way that maximizes your productivity. You'll discover the benefits of setting goals and how productivity is tied to your ability to assess time and set priorities. You'll learn about the process of "chunking" your time and the principles of efficient scheduling. You'll also learn about the different types of to-do lists and how to use them effectively.
|IT & Technology||Getting Started with AngularJS||Course||Launch|
Getting Started with AngularJS
AngularJS is designed to simplify the task of building single page Model, View, Controller apps. This course introduces the AngularJS environment, using controllers, and working with user input and formatted output.
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|AMERICAS||Debunking Millennial Myths and Empowering the Modern Learner||Register|
Debunking Millennial Myths and Empowering the Modern Learner
Too many organizations focus their employee development on millennials... an effort that research says has no benefit. The best practice is to apply a learning approach that addresses the needs of all five generations operating in the workforce today. In this webinar we'll:
Date/Time: 03/02/2017 - 12 p.m. ET
2 p.m. AEDT
|APAC||The Future of Work - Embracing Change||Register|
The Future of Work - Embracing Change
Irrespective of whether you view the world of work through the lens of optimism or pessimism the future of work is uncertain. What is certain is:
Date/Time: 02/16/2017 - 2 p.m. AEDT
|02/09/2017||EMEA||Empowering Employees: The role of L&D in the modern workplace||Play|
Empowering Employees: The role of L&D in the modern workplace
Learning and development professionals find themselves in the midst of what is arguably the most significant period of change in how people learn. At work and at home, individuals now have unprecedented access to an ever-growing selection of learning resources. This webinar, in association with Personnel Today, looks at how L&D professionals can transform workplace learning, adapting their role to maintain their influence in the organisation as learning habits change. Watch this webinar now to find out more about:
Date/Time: 02/09/2017 - 2 p.m. GMT
|01/31/2017||EMEA||Tailor Your Learning to Drive Adoption in 2017||Play|
Tailor Your Learning to Drive Adoption in 2017
One of the biggest issues L&D professionals face is driving adoption in their learning programmes. Even with the best intentions, the success or failure of a learning programme is largely determined by the buy-in of staff and management alike. In this webinar, Kimberley will discuss how L&D can create a people-focused learning programme to drive adoption. In this session, we will discuss:
Date/Time: 01/31/2017 - 3 p.m. GMT
|01/17/2017||AMERICAS||Flipping the External and Internal Fill Rate: What Needs to Take Place||Play|
Flipping the External and Internal Fill Rate: What Needs to Take Place
Based on Brandon Hall Group's latest Talent Acquisition research, 17% of requisitions, on average, are filled by internal employees, and the rest of the requisitions are filled from external sources, such as from job boards, employee referrals, social media, and so forth. Time to flip that ratio! Watch this on-demand webinar to find out how.
Date/Time: 01/17/2017 - 12 p.m. ET
|12/13/2016||AMERICAS||The Secret to Driving eLearning Adoption: Employees Tell Their Learning Stories||Play|
The Secret to Driving eLearning Adoption: Employees Tell Their Learning Stories
Lexmark's L&D team realized that usage of their eLearning portal had stagnated--many employees were unaware of the development opportunities available to them. To drive eLearning adoption, L&D staff worked with the employee communications department to create an integrated marketing plan based on a simple idea: Give the portal's superusers a platform to tell their learning stories. The employee-focused plan resulted in incredible growth amid a challenging business climate. In this webinar you'll learn:
Date/Time: 12/13/2016 - 11 a.m. ET
|12/06/2016||AMERICAS||Data-driven Learning & Development||Play|
Data-driven Learning & Development
Make the most of your learning and development budget. Start with a needs analysis to understand your performance landscape and execute the most efficient and effective learning initiatives. Use evidence-based decision making to drive your organization's learning and development. In this webinar you'll learn:
Date/Time: 12/06/2016 - 11 a.m. ET
|Improving Business Performance||AMERICAS||The Bedrock of IT Security: It Starts with Training||Download|
The Bedrock of IT Security: It Starts with Training
Uninformed, careless, or disgruntled employees can create profound information security disruptions and IT experts bear the burden. Learm how training your current staff reduces the time, cost and headache of replacing scarce resources and keeps valuable institutional knowledge in house for the consistency and continuity you need to protect your systems.
|Learning Program Design||AMERICAS||Overcoming Unseen Obstacles: How to Get More Women Into Leadership Positions||Download|
Overcoming Unseen Obstacles: How to Get More Women Into Leadership Positions
Evidence shows that businesses with more female leaders achieve greater financial performance. And with many critical skills in short supply, organizations can't afford to underutilize a significant portion of the workforce. Yet all too often, efforts to develop female leaders fall short. This paper outlines concrete steps organizations can take to support women leaders. It also offers an opportunity for organizations to assess where they fall on the gender talent continuum and identify the most effective steps to take in improving their leadership development programs for women.
|Learning Program Design||AMERICAS||Millennial Learning Myths & Misconceptions||Download|
Millennial Learning Myths & Misconceptions
Millennials are different from other generations—but probably not as different as L&D and talent leaders have been led to believe. Changes in technology have impacted the way all of us live, learn and work. Rather than focusing solely on millennials, develop a learning and development strategy focused on meeting the needs of the modern learner—and watch your programs become more effective in engaging employees to deliver business impact.
|Learning Program Design||AMERICAS||A modern modality for modern learners||Download|
A modern modality for modern learners
How do modern learners learn best? New research conducted by Skillsoft shows 85% of IT learners and 74% of business learners use books for skill development. Surprised? Meeting the needs of modern learners may not be as hard as you think. Data clearly illustrates today's modern learner craves relevance and substance. Integrating digital books with video-based eLearning courses creates a balance between depth and relevance that the corporate learning function has seemingly struggled with for years. Looking at e-books in a new context allows us to better understand—and meet the demands of—the modern learner.
|Learning Program Design||AMERICAS||Six Elements of Effective Compliance Training||Download|
Six Elements of Effective Compliance Training
There are six elements to an effective compliance training program. This paper outlines these components and explores how each one contributes to organizational strategy and efficacy. The paper also presents the results of our Skillsoft Pulse Survey, which gathered end-user perspectives on compliance eLearning.
|Bersin by Deloitte||Nine Steps for Selecting an LMS||Download|
Nine Steps for Selecting an LMS
Approximately 600 LMS providers exist worldwide. How will you choose? In this research, Bersin by Deloitte identifies leading LMS selection practices and aligns them with a nine-step buying cycle.
|Brandon Hall Group||State of Succession Management 2015: Increasing Investment and Accelerating Automation||Download|
State of Succession Management 2015: Increasing Investment and Accelerating Automation
In Brandon Hall Group's 2015 State of Succession Management Study, the majority of organizations reported that improving the health of their talent pipeline is an essential outcome of their succession management. But 84% of organizations said they are suffering from a lack ready leaders. In fact, just over a quarter of all organizations indicated that they have a ready-and-willing successor for 10% or less of open, critical roles. And another 7% said they have no one groomed and ready. It is no surprise, then, that most organizations plan to increase their investment in succession management over the next 12 months.
|Eudemonia||It's About Time: Developing Women for Business Leadership||Download|
It's About Time: Developing Women for Business Leadership
Time management is particularly important for women to succeed in business because women already have more absolute, if self-imposed, demands on their time. This is true both inside and outside of the workplace. Women are also less likely to consider timeline trajectories in planning their careers and career development. Neither do they typically have "extra" time to accept additional assignments that traditionally have helped workers ascend the corporate ladder. In this paper, research firm Eudemonia illustrates how a time-bound and time-sensitive approach to developing women for business leadership positions can be a critical enabler of success.
|Human Capital Institute||Talent Pulse: Identifying and Developing First-Time People Leaders||Download|
Talent Pulse: Identifying and Developing First-Time People Leaders
Industry leaders know managers propel people and business outcomes. How do organizations prepare new leaders for management? For most organizations, the approach is sink-or-swim. More than half of organizations recently reported they don't invest in preparing new leaders for the challenges of management. This new research from Human Capital Institute provides evidence that creating a lifeline of learning and support for first-time managers leads to long-term business success. Download this report to learn how to equip these new leaders to effectively guide their teams.
|Nucleus Research||Skillsoft - Mercy Technology Services||Download|
Skillsoft - Mercy Technology Services
Mercy Technology Services (MTS), the IT arm of a Midwest Catholic health care system, was contending with an underutilized and underequipped solution for learning. As the outgoing technology's replacement, Skillport - a product by Skillsoft -furnished MTS with more relevant content, as well as a far more intuitive, navigable user interface. This case study explains how the combination of these factors significantly increased system usage and brought major related savings attributable to avoided costs and productivity improvements, including a 526% ROI.