Partnering with Guild Education, home improvement company Lowe's offers eligible employees pre-apprenticeships for skilled trades.
The growing power and sophistication of virtual reality spotlights the need to plan and experiment with this emerging technology.
As more learning happens online, organizations need to increase focus on the user experience and design of digital learning to actively engage learners.
L&D teams have traditionally shied away from diversity and inclusion work. That’s starting to change.
Defense Acquisition University has made research into evolving practices a core part of its educational mission.
Nationality impacts values, creating L&D opportunities and challenges for multicultural workplaces.
Workflow learning presents a huge opportunity.
Acknowledging the battle between our modern urge to consume and the instinctive need to grow is essential for productive people development.
A true believer in the power of education, Nick van Dam makes an indelible mark on McKinsey and the L&D profession at large.
Microlearning can accommodate a distracted and time-crunched workforce.
Linda Boff, the company’s marketing chief, now leads learning and culture, including GE’s Crotonville management development institute.
What makes the layer model so attractive is it gives an organization the ability to take an approach centered on innovation and user experiences.
With so much training material available online for free, companies are reconsidering what they pay for.
More is needed to fulfill the promise of microcredentials, writes columnist Lee Maxey.
The issue of means versus ends is far from an issue of semantics; rather, it is a fundamental question about the reason for corporate training.
While a skills gap is widely acknowledged, perception of it varies among industry, rank, generation and gender.
Gaming can boost confidence and resilience among learners.
Emerging technology is only as good as the purpose to which it is applied. Two L&D practitioners explain how they take a purposeful approach to microlearning.
The workforce is changing and learning leaders are on the front line. Here are four things to be thinking about as you look to the year ahead.
Even small and midsized organizations can harness the power of adaptive learning to achieve big results.