By Lauren Kuss
This post originally appeared on the Hire Our Heroes blog.
During Perspectives, Dan Caporale, founder of Hire Our Heroes, will discuss Empowering Veterans with Percipio, Thursday, April 12 at 3:50 pm.Read more
By Apratim Purakayastha
One of the many rewards of having children is that sense of wonder and awe you experience as you watch them grow. Such is the universality of these emotions that even Bob Harris, Bill Murray’s rather enigmatic character in 2003’s critically acclaimed Lost in Translation, talks about kids as being the most interesting people you will ever meet.Read more
By Laura OvertonFind Out in Our Latest In-Focus Report ‘Modern Learning Content: For Modern Workers’ Which Explores Learning Content That Will Keep Them Motivated and Excited.
Our data revealed that the modern learners can make quick decisions about how and where they learn based on what they need to do their job better.Read more
By Apratim Purakayastha
Earlier this year Josh Bersin examined in detail the recent changes to the world of corporate learning. Given the sheer size of the industry – the corporate L&D industry is over $140 billion in size, while the marketplace for college degrees, professional development, and secondary education around the world is around $300 billion – the stakes are high and anyone involved in the industry must not only recognize, but also respect the ways it is radically transforming.Read more
By Heide Abelli and Mark Onisk
Have you ever wondered what makes one instructional video interesting and another not so much? Anecdotally, we might chalk this up to the “interest factor” to the presentation capabilities of the instructor, or the nature of the subject matter or perhaps even the length of the video. Whatever the reason, one thing is for certain, if learners find interest in a video, they are more likely to take something from it and apply it on the job. For this reason, it’s critical that we, as learning and development professionals, understand what makes instructional content interesting.
As the leading global provider of eLearning, this naturally intrigues us.Read more
By Michael Rochelle
The digital transformation in learning is in full swing and the learning landscape within organizations is evolving rapidly. Driven by the growing complexity of developing and delivering learning, organizations are turning to solution providers to help them keep pace.Read more
By Potoula Chresomales
Nothing succeeds like success
We just migrated our 2000th client to Skillport 8i. Not only that, we did it faster than anticipated with more than 50% switching in the last 10 months.Read more
By Kelley Noblet
It’s a known fact that your employees have varying learning styles and preferences, in addition to generational differences. To accommodate those differences, it’s likely that you offer your learners a wide array of learning modalities so they have the flexibility to choose what works best for them.Read more
HR and learning leaders alike struggle to stay ahead of current and projected talent gaps. And yet, the demand for employees to learn when and where they need it continues to increase.
To solve talent gaps, too often, organizations waste precious time and money on event-based training that doesn’t get applied directly to the job or generate business outcomes.Read more