For companies to keep systems running, evolving, and adapting, employees need to grow their expertise continually. That requires access to state-of-the-art multi-modal learning content.
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
I came away from Learning Technologies 2019 with this one critical insight: automation and artificial intelligence (AI) are fundamentally reshaping the workplace, and if organisations are not already talking about and prioritising strategies to manage this change they must start now.Read more
By Apratim Purakayastha
“Once a new technology rolls over you, if you’re not part of the steamroller, you’re part of the road.” – Stewart Brand
As Skillsoft’s Chief Technology Officer, I know only too well the challenge of keeping pace with technology.Read more
By Ann Cantrell
Chances are that your news feed (like mine) has been filled with inspirational and motivational articles focused on New Year’s resolutions and overall self-improvement. Each year we approach the New Year as a blank slate on which we can redefine our futures.Read more
By Russ Howard
In the Learning Age, where organizations must develop the professional skills of their workforce to sustain growth and remain competitive, learning and development professionals need tools to empower their employees. At its core, we see the Learning Age as defined by personalization and targeted learning that addresses the specific knowledge and skills gaps a learner needs to overcome. Read more
With registration for 2015 Global Skillsoft Perspectives now open, corporate learning and development professionals can start submitting nominations for Skillsoft’s annual Innovation Awards.
Each year, Skillsoft recognizes the innovative ideas, powerful programs and inspiring leaders among us who are helping to transform the corporate learning landscape.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
A recent article published in Workforce Magazine indicates that learning investments are on the rise and receiving a higher degree of attention from executives. Larger budgets and increased interest from the C-Suite are critical reasons why today’s learning programs need to generate measureable results.Read more