The goal of data analysis is to provide solid, actionable evidence to guide and support business decisions. That evidence must then be delivered to stakeholders concisely and coherently. However, companies often struggle with not only understanding their data but also effectively analyzing it.Read more
For companies to keep systems running, evolving, and adapting, employees need to grow their expertise continually. That requires access to state-of-the-art content for a variety of interrelated topics and diverse learning styles.
Skillsoft’s developer teams are hard at work, delivering courses into our learning platforms around key topic areas that allow organizations to keep pace with technology, improve architecture, and strengthen client experiences.Read more
Readers familiar with my blog posts will know my answer is a resounding “absolutely.” However, and I can’t say this loud or often enough, there are caveats. Anti-harassment training fails when it is not designed and delivered to affect change.Read more
The way we work has changed forever, and so too must the way we lead.
New technologies and digitally enabled business models are transforming the business landscape, and the pace of change is accelerating. To be successful in an age of constant change and disruption, organizations require leaders at all levels and in all functions to be comfortable with new methodologies such as agile and design thinking, capabilities such as data analytics, and technologies such as artificial intelligence.Read more
Deep learning—a subfield of machine learning concerned with algorithms inspired by the structure and function of the brain and behind many exciting technology trends like robotics and image recognition—is hugely popular. According to some experts, deep learning is the fastest growing area in artificial intelligence, and its full power is as yet unknown.Read more
Under UK law, employers are responsible for ensuring the safety and health of their employees, and this includes electrical safety. Each year, accidents occur involving electric shock or burns, while contact with overhead power lines are the cause for most fatal accidents.Read more