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How Komatsu, Mercy Health, Corning and Raytheon Use Skillsoft and/or SumTotal for Training

 

How Komatsu, Mercy Health, Corning and Raytheon Use Skillsoft and/or SumTotal for Training

Aware that not everyone made it to Perspectives, our annual user conference, we selected four customer-led presentations and made them available for everyone. These complimentary webinars are packed with new strategies for developing talent, navigating organizational change and designing personalized dashboards.

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The Most Popular Books in Skillsoft’s ITPro Collection

The Most Popular Books in Skillsoft’s ITPro Collection

I’m currently reading Dr. Carol S. Dweck’s bestseller Mindset: Changing the way you think to fulfill your potential.  Full of fascinating insights into success and achievement, Dweck lays bare what differentiates those with a growth mindset who attain their goals versus those, with a fixed mindset, who aspire to but never quite reach their objectives.

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Neuroscience Research Correlates a Growth Mindset and the Capacity to Learn New Skills

 Neuroscience Research Correlates a Growth Mindset and the Capacity to Learn New Skills

In August 2017, Skillsoft and Accenture kicked off a sponsored neuroscience research initiative with The Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The goal of this research is to scientifically validate which instructional design methodologies have the greatest impact on the effectiveness of video-based instruction.

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Why Providing Continuous Development for Your Workforce is the Key to Future Competitive Advantage

Organizations often publicly state their goals to both optimize and transform their business models using digital technologies and approaches. However, more often than not, progress toward realizing these ambitions is paltry.  Few organizations have successfully scaled their digital initiatives beyond experimentation and piloting.

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Women and the AI Revolution

Women and the AI Revolution

We’ve all heard the shocking statistics – one Oxford report suggested that 47% of jobs in the U.S. are under threat of automation in the next two decades. A 2017 McKinsey Global Institute report estimates that automation and other technology could result in between 400 and 800 million people losing their jobs to machines and that globally, up to 375 million workers may need to switch job titles.

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