By Emily Wiese
As I sat with my kids recently watching Dreamworks 2002 Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, I was reminded of the many complexities that juggernauts of change bring. In the movie, the transcontinental railway was an unstoppable force, revolutionizing a way of life; in our time, the digitalization of the workplace is a more understated change, yet with no less profound of an impact on our day-to-day lives.Read more
By Kristin Shackelford
According to the World Economic Forum, we are on the verge of a technological revolution that is predicted to “fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another.”
Known as the Fourth Industrial Revolution, this disruption will be felt in every industry and in every country.Read more
By Jamie MacDonald
I have spent the past 16 years working with small and medium enterprises (SME’s), learning the nuances, the challenges and the drawbacks inherent in such organizations.
And I’ll be honest, these organisations do face some unique and tough tests.Read more
When learning impacts lives, everyone is a winner.
By Heide Abelli
When people ask me why I joined Skillsoft, my answer is simple: impact. As the largest provider of corporate training, we are enabling millions of global learners build their knowledge, capabilities and skill sets so they in turn can be stronger contributors to the organizations that employ them.Read more
By Emily Wiese
Does it feel a bit like suddenly everyone is talking about DL – digital literacy – and how digitally literate your workforce should be?
This got me thinking.Read more
By Tony Glass
We hear so much about Millennials and Gen Z in the workplace that it is all too easy to overlook the fact that, according to the UN, young people are almost three times more likely to be unemployed than adults.Read more
By John Arendes
Unless you have been hiding under a rock these past few months, you will be very aware of the growing number of companies finding themselves in a firestorm of bad press over the mistreatment of employees.Read more
By Tara O'Sullivan
Why are there more of your namesakes, men called John, let alone simply more men, running FTSE 100 companies than women? (17 vs 7 in case you were curious.)
Why has the proportion of senior business roles held by women in the U.K.Read more