While the nature of work is changing, educational preparation lags behind.
The digital revolution presents challenges and opportunities to the traditional classroom delivery model.
Fred Harburg, former CLO and president of Motorola University, shares his thoughts on the future of the corporate university.
Point-of-need and on-the-job learning experiences are about to get a lot more creative.
A dual focus on business strategy and employee engagement can ensure a corporate university’s guiding principles align with those of the company.
Offering interactive and collaborative instruction is essential to retaining talent, especially in industries with high turnover.
Amazon’s Career Choice program helps hourly workers get the training they need to kick off their careers.
When harassment training is presented as a legal obligation and not an important part of company culture, its effects are questionable.
Learners across all generations prefer a range of tools and delivery methods.
The experience of learning is what matters most in the long run.
After protests erupt at Starbucks, the company announces unconscious bias training for all employees. But will it make a difference?
Recognizing millennials’ desire for career opportunities and mobility, Epicor Software has embarked on an internal mobility initiative.
The AI coaching niche is still a small part of the HR tech world, but there are a number of promising young companies on the scene.
Artificial intelligence may power the next generation of mentors, but can technology really replace a human touch?
Companies spend millions on sexual harassment training and often don’t see desired results. Could virtual reality provide employees with the empathy necessary to finally improve the problem?
Make workflow-integrated learning a reality. Microlearning solves problems; macrolearning develops new skills, says Josh Bersin of Deloitte Consulting.
Relationships matter in organizations. Avoid overlooking them by embedding learning into the context of work and promoting connection and dialogue.
Building on decades of experience at JPMorgan Chase, the self-proclaimed “accidental CLO,” Jesse Jackson leads the firm on a digital learning journey.
The new center will focus on soft skills to improve individual and organizational performance.
Don’t let learning decay cripple your development efforts. These five approaches can help new skills become habitual.