By Pam Boiros
As you’ve read in a variety of previous posts, we’ve been writing about social learning in general and SkillSoft inGenius on Books24x7, our digital books product, specifically. The Aberdeen Group just published a Research Brief entitled “SkillSoft inGenius™: A Strategic Response to the Future of Learning”. Read more
By Jim Zimmermann
When I’m working on the AnalystPerspectives Weekly Scan Newsletter, I can’t help but notice how much attention the analyst community is paying to mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, netbooks and e-book readers. Analysts see these devices radically changing the enterprise and how employees conduct business. Read more
We are pleased to bring you the first of a new series of guest blog posts written by the winners of our 2010 Innovations in Learning Awards. We recognized these customers in an award ceremony on May 19, 2010 at our Perspectives conference. Read more
By Tim Hildreth
Graduation season is always a vibrant time of year.
If today’s students are anything like the ones I graduated with 20 years ago, then many of those graduating this year think of graduation as an ending — to papers, to exams, and to studying.Read more
In a just published report on leveraging social technologies for learning, Josh Bersin & Associates makes the case that the big win here is putting “we” into learning.
By that, they mean that social technologies can help us transform e-learning from a largely solitary virtual classroom experience to a communal journey where users can learn from one another as they progress through the subject matter.Read more
By Shawn Hunter
I had a conversation recently with David Penglase, a fantastic speaker, writer and entrepreneur based in Sydney. He introduced the phrase Intentionomics to describe how our intent drives all results in life interactions. Our customers, colleagues, (certainly our children) and pretty much everyone we interact with have keen detectors of our intent.Read more
By Kevin Young
In the days following 2010’s protracted UK election result, the press was full of speculation and analysis on how and where £6 billion of cuts can be made to address the country’s towering budget deficit. Read more