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Take a sneak peak at what’s coming up at EMEA Skillsoft Perspectives

By Kevin Young

We’ve got some exciting topics lined up for this year’s EMEA Skillsoft Perspectives event on 25 June.

Here’s a quick taster of the speaker sessions on offer – think of it as a sneak preview of what our line-up of dynamic presenters will be talking about on the day.Read more

Learning at Work Week

By Kevin Young

In the UK it’s Learning at Work Week (18th – 24th May). This important annual awareness campaign puts a welcome spotlight on the importance and benefits of learning and development.

It perhaps goes without saying, that working at an organisation like Skillsoft I’m passionate about an inclusive approach to L&D and supporting opportunities for all employees to learn.Read more

Enter the Dragon: 2015 Skillsoft Perspectives EMEA

By Kevin Young

It might be cold outside, but don’t despair – because we’re getting ready to turn up the heat with an event designed to take learning and development at your organisation to new heights.

This June, 2015 Skillsoft Perspectives EMEA comes to town.Read more

Investing in Employee Development to Support Exponential Growth

By Kelley Noblet

In 2013, UST Global was facing an enviable dilemma. The leading provider of end-to-end IT solutions was growing at an exponential rate—48%, to be specific—and in order to continue empowering its ever-expanding employee base with the skills required to succeed in a demanding industry, it needed to greatly expand its portfolio of innovative, on-demand learning solutions.Read more

Getting At-Risk Kids Excited About Learning: A Skillsoft Team Building Event

Kelley_Noblet_croppedLast week, Skillsoft employees from around the world gathered at the annual Global Sales Meeting in Orlando, Fla. The event was an engaging opportunity for people from Skillsoft and SumTotal to share insights on the combined company’s vision of putting people at the center of learning and talent management.Read more

From “Big” Data to Just Data

By the Mind Commerce staff 

Today, we refer to “Big” Data because it relates to the huge challenge (and opportunity) to deal with unstructured data from many sources.  However, the world of tomorrow will have better structure to deal with unstructured data as well as structured data. Read more