How do we use the explosion of technology and content to truly drive results?
To bridge the gap where big data is not serving our needs, small data can offer personal insights and meaning.
Increased connectivity doesn’t mean increased connection, and that can mean trouble for employees and organizations.
The digital revolution presents challenges and opportunities to the traditional classroom delivery model.
HR technology is making human skills like leadership, communication and collaboration more critical.
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.
Offering interactive and collaborative instruction is essential to retaining talent, especially in industries with high turnover.
Responsive technology is making its way to the workplace, which means pros, like better feedback, and cons, like increased monitoring for employees.
Two mayors outline the future of work and the impact of innovation and automation on cities.
Technology can enable improved user experience, but it’s not the whole solution.
Deals in the education technology market are heating up in early 2018.
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?
Employers recognize that technological advances like AI and automation will require employees with new skills. Why are so few investing in the necessary learning?
Fast-food giant Taco Bell created a searchable library of all learning materials to improve training for frequently changing menu items.
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?
To leverage business insights and predictions based on learning data, L&D departments need learning technology partners that can make that data insightful and accessible.
Not far behind virtual reality is the concept of augmented reality, which could have even greater effects on society and learning than VR.