By Liam Butler
What’s inside the human head can be arguably more complex than anything else in our universe. There are approximately 1.1 trillion cells and 100 billion neurons in the average human brain. To put it bluntly, that means that we can store close to almost a million gigabytes worth of memories and useful (and useless!) information.Read more
By Skillsoft staff
Recent research from Bersin by Deloitte suggests that workers only have one percent of their work week to dedicate to learning and development. In response to the increasing demand for quick, on-demand training opportunities, Skillsoft’s new easy-to-use course interface places content at the center of learning.Read more
The first post in a five-part blog series on women in leadership
By Priti Shah
How did you get your career where it is today? Have others helped along the way? Have you played a part in someone else’s promotion or advancement?Read more
By Noah Cherry
The blender, as we all come to love in our kitchens was invented in 1922 by Stephen Poplawski, the owner of Stevens Electric Company. One of the greatest devices, the blender mixes and creates some of the best beverages and morsels around. Read more
By Liam Butler
As the curtains draw to a close on another year, it’s the opportune time to sit down and take stock of what’s occurred in the learning and development (L&D) industry in the EMEA region over 2015, and anticipate where 2016 will take us.Read more
By Kevin Young
Keeping staff morale high during tough times is a problem facing many UK businesses. But a highly motivated workforce is the key to thriving and surviving in today’s global economy.
Employee engagement in the workplace has been shown to be pivotal to an organisation’s ability to pull through hard times.Read more
By Glenn Nott
As learning partner to more than 300 organizations within the Asia Pacific region, we have seen some interesting learning trends emerge throughout 2015.
More business leaders are recognizing their organization must evolve and innovate to stay competitive.Read more
By Sue Rodeman
Though the landscape of HR continues to evolve in 2016, learning and development will play an increasingly important role in organizational success. By partnering with organizations of all sizes across many industries, we’ve identified the major trends in learning and development that HR leaders can expect to see in the coming months.Read more
By Kevin Young
Global leadership and talent development represents one of the greatest challenges facing large organisations today.
Research shows that there’s more to global learning and development than simply delivering training to employees.Read more
By Tim Redfern
An astounding 71 percent of survey respondents in Brandon Hall Groups 2015 State of Leadership Development Study cited that their leaders are not ready to lead their organization into the future. Why are organizations failing to effectively develop leaders, and how can we increase the number of ready leaders in 2016 and beyond?Read more