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Social Learning

How Global Leaders Are Using Social Learning Tools

By Ivonne Smith

Skillsoft’s Global Leader Forum consists of a handful of clients who are actively implementing and managing Skillsoft learning programs at the highest levels of the 4 Building Blocks (Engagement, Alignment, Adoption and Value). Last month we interviewed these learning leaders to get a pulse on best practices around their use of social learning.Read more

Trending Now: Social Learning

By Kelley Noblet

According to Aberdeen, “best-in-class companies are three times more likely to Aberdeen_Social_Learning_thumbnailuse 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

Skillsoft Employees Prepare Local Children for Back-to-School

By Kelley Noblet

Returning to school in the fall is an adjustment for
students and parents alike. To help make the transition smoother for families
in need, Skillsoft employees located in the Nashua, NH Corporate Headquarters
and the Nashua R&D office participated in a service project again this year.Read more

Social Media Metrics for Dummies

With so many social media monitoring and measurement tools available, it can be overwhelming to figure out which tool is right for you when it comes to calculating the success of your social media marketing efforts. This user-friendly guide helps you determine which tools and techniques will serve you best for understanding your online audience.Read more

Working from home vs. conventional office environment

Working from home vs. conventional office environment - not the simple definition it used to be

By Glenn Nott

It’s been little surprise to see the international backlash surrounding Yahoo Chief, Marissa Mayer’s decision to abolish work from home. Business heavyweights including Sir Richard Branson, have refuted Ms. Mayer’s archaic views of flexible working and I am also disappointed.Read more