By Pam Boiros
As a human capital professional, you may be wondering, what does cloud-based learning mean exactly?
To best answer this question, we should first explore a number of terms that are used in the learning industry:
- Classroom-based training: This is the traditional desk and chair environment that takes place in a physical location.
By Kevin Young
This year’s Perspectives was incredibly exciting for us as we announced the winners of our first-ever Inspire Awards! The awards showcased the ground-breaking work that learning and development professionals are carrying out across EMEA.Read more
By Jim Clemmer
In an organizational survey at a large telecom company, managers were asked to rate how well they coached the people reporting to them. They scored themselves high. The people reporting to those managers were asked to rate the coaching they received.Read more
By Kelley Noblet
According to Aberdeen, “best-in-class companies are three times more likely to use social networking tools as part of their learning strategy than laggards.” How does your organization compare?
Social tools allow learners to make informed content choices, but comments and recommendations from others enable users to find the most relevant content for maximum impact.Read more
By Pam Boiros
We’re excited about our extensive new e-book—Cloud-Based Learning Solutions: Making the Right Choice for Your Enterprise—that includes everything an organization would need to know about cloud-based learning solutions, from decision-making to implementation to understanding business outcomes.Read more
Shawn Hunter, author of Out Think
By Shawn Hunter
Andy Cohen was a marketing ad agency guy back in the day when Direct Response TV ads were considered tawdry, cheap ways of marketing.Read more
By Norman Ford
While nearly all organizations have documentation detailing the rules that every employee must follow, many leaders believe that this is enough to keep their organization safe. To protect your employees and your liability, check out these five common myths regarding organizational compliance.Read more
By Kieran King
We’ve had the opportunity to work for a number of years with Sprint, the world-class telecommunication firm with approximately 36,000 employees that undergo continual learning and training. We’ve partnered with Sprint’s learning and development entity, Sprint University, to close performance gaps and attain measurable talent improvement results that align back to the organization’s business goals.Read more
By Kelley Noblet
Skillsoft customer, Finish Line, worked to incorporate Skillsoft leadership development content in their existing learning management system (LMS), Cornerstone OnDemand, aligning to the organization's eight core competencies in their leadership development program. Watch a short video to learn more.Read more
By Jim Renner
I can remember the first time I experienced digital music. It was the first 30 seconds of Van Halen’s Running with the Devil. The fidelity was low and the recording took up an entire 5.25” floppy disk.Read more