By Pam Boiros
Introducing Welch Way presented by SkillsoftI’ve recently returned from the Skillsoft annual global kick off meeting in Orlando, Florida! I’m excited to share some highlights from the event, as well as our key priorities for 2014 that will help our customers and prospects get even more value from their elearning programs.
In a partnership with the Jack Welch Management Institute (JWMI), Skillsoft has become the exclusive global distributor of Welch Way management development solutions, a collection of six richly interactive online programs that focus on critical management and leadership topics. Learn more.
Skillsoft and IBM Research collaborate to harness big data
The goal of this collaboration is the development of an enhanced adaptive learning experience for customers with a focus on productive data-driven learning outcomes. Read more.
Skillport® 8: The Genius of And
Skillport offers a full learning experience as a standalone LMS system, or it can be easily integrated with your existing business and IT systems or even with another learning platform. The combination of your existing software infrastructure and Skillport offers a powerful end-to-end solution for your organization’s learning environment. Read more.
Build a culture of learning with Skillsoft
Watch a short video to see how Skillsoft has come up with better and more affordable ways to not only educate the workforce, but to foster a culture of learning in organizations. Download a brochure to learn how we improve the performance of organizations by improving the performance of their people.
2014 Global Skillsoft Perspectives Event
This is a can’t-miss annual event! Highlighting 2014 Perspectives are appearances by several renowned speakers, including Jack Welch, Executive Chairman of the Jack Welch Management Institute at Strayer University; Erik Wahl, artist, author and entrepreneur; and Lyn Heward, former Director of Creation for Cirque du Soleil. Join us in Las Vegas April 8-11!
Pam Boiros is Vice President, Corporate Marketing at Skillsoft.