The training and L&D technology industry is now worth billions of dollars and continues to grow each year, and it’s becoming clear that multiple organizations are beginning to rely on a variety of training and L&D technology as more options continue to flood the marketplace.
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Smart learning environments are set to become the future of modern-day workplaces—and sooner than you think. These environments will become even more important to explore as you prepare your employees for the fourth industrial revolution.
Yesterday’s post outlined six types of vendors you should work with as a learning and development (L&D) professional, and today’s post will outline six more.
There will inevitably come a time when your organization will have to outsource help from third-party vendors; whether you’re outsourcing because of your organization’s limited technology capabilities or because you require more human capital, you’ll want to be prepared to work with the following six types of vendors.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly gaining traction across industries and organizations and will soon power more learning and development (L&D) initiatives. Without AI-enhanced systems, adaptive learning and work inside the modern-day workplace would be impossible.
There’s no doubt that artificial intelligence (AI) will have a significant impact on the learning and development (L&D) industry for many years to come. However, as you navigate how to effectively utilize AI at your organization for your L&D initiatives, here are a few things you’ll want to make sure you don’t do.
As a learning and development (L&D) professional, you probably already know how critical high-quality and personalized content will be to your L&D strategies and approaches in 2019 and beyond. And to get high-quality and personalized content for your learners, you’ll want to follow the best practices outlined below for managing your L&D content.
Human Resources (HR) departments are beginning to rely on artificial intelligence (AI) to recruit, hire, onboard, engage, and manage their organizations’ talent. In fact, nearly 40% of companies are using some form of AI for their HR practices.
According to Pew Research, 87% of employees believe that training and learning new skills at work will be essential or important to their future career success. And even though 93% of workers claim that they prefer to learn while they’re on the job, the average worker is still only able to set aside around 1% […]
If you’re a human resources (HR) professional, here are five tech trends you’ll want to know about if you want to outperform your competition in 2019.