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Kenexa Embraces OLSA to Bring Learning into Talent Management

By John Ambrose

By now, you may have seen yesterday’s announcement that Kenexa will integrate its Global Talent Management solutions with SkillSoft’s learning content and SkillPort platform technology.

Under the alliance, Kenexa becomes the latest major industry partner to embrace SkillSoft’s Open Learning Services Architecture (OLSA). Read more

Planning for Annual Performance Reviews?

By Molly Scholes, Senior Director, Consulting Services, SkillSoft

Review 1 As we approach the end of the calendar year, many organizations conduct annual performance reviews to analyze past performance and create a roadmap for future development.  To make the most of this process, both managers and employees can benefit from advance preparation and planning. Read more

The Benefits of SLA: A First-Hand Account from Harvard Pilgrim Health Care

“It’s easy, it’s quick and it’s interactive.” Check out the video below to hear how Harvard Pilgrim Health Care values the SkillSoft Leadership Advantage (SLA) for its ability to be a quick, flexible and easy learning solution for those who have to learn in short bursts of time.  

Mary Grimes Finley from Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Discusses SLA from SkillSoft on Vimeo.Read more

“Driving” Lessons from Dan Pink

By Julie Ogilvie

Having just read the latest Dan Pink best-seller, Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us, I’m really looking forward to our upcoming SkillSoft Live Event, “The Science of Motivation and Its Connection to High Performance” featuring Dan Pink. Read more

Learning at the Point of Need

We are pleased to bring you a guest blog post today from Gary Woodill, a Books24x7 BusinessPro Collection author. He is an independent emerging technologies analyst, who works for a variety of clients in researching and planning for their use of new tools for learning.Read more

Campus to Corporate: Preparing Recent Graduates for the “Real World”

By Russ Howard

The transition from college to a corporate environment requires a big adjustment for many graduates. Expectations and responsibilities in the workplace are very different than those in school. There are unspoken nuances and social norms that many graduates are completely unaware of and adjusting to a professional environment can be extremely challenging.Read more