Instead of complaining and seeing millennials as an issue, let’s see them in a new context: Millennials are merely a representation of a world we cannot un-invent – the world of digital.
Overwhelmed by the plethora of information, learners feel that they no longer have time for classes, let alone curricula that force them to take a linear view. They want to learn, but they expect a consumer experience.
Make sure that no matter how experienced the employee is, they have the information they need to ensure an excellent customer experience.
The story about the cobbler’s children, who, ironically, never had shoes, is also true of training departments.
Guru, the industry’s only solution to contextually coach support and sales teams with bots and browser extensions, announced today it has secured $9.3 million in Series A funding led by Emergence Capital.
QuickStart, one of the most prominent names in the eLearning industry, is proud to announce the launch of its Cognitive Learning Platform (CLIPP).
Providing leadership training that aligns with business goals has been shown to improve an organization’s business performance and directly impact the bottom line.
By combining best-in-class learning content with a platform offering an engaging experience for the learner, companies can propel their learning strategy forward.
The evolution of learning libraries means that training professionals need a way to ensure that employees are consuming the right content for their jobs.