Can artificial intelligence be used to coach managers on leadership and soft skills? One tech company CEO thinks so.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning allow us to personalize learning at a level that was fantasy just a few years ago, writes blogger Kelly Palmer.
The granddaddy of learning technology systems is showing its age. Better defining how it fits in the modern learning ecosystem will ensure it continues to play a valuable role.
Technology is inextricably linked to the role of CLO in today's organizations, says Ashley Williams of McKinsey & Co.
Does LinkedIn Learning’s new content feature elevate it to LMS status?
Like Lazarus, LMSs have been prematurely declared dead.
Technology is a great learning enabler, but you still need that human touch.
If employees are giving it their all, don't quibble over a little social media time at work.
Leverage the digital workplace to help your company's future leaders collaborate, connect and communicate.
The HR tech space saw its first major deal of 2017.
Over the past two decades, technology has transformed every aspect of corporate learning, from the way content is created to where, when and how it is accessed and shared. According to New York Times bestselling author and innovation expert Alec…
Consider where technology belongs and where it ought not to be.
Learning leaders should not be scared of technology. They should be scared of what will happen if they don’t learn about and adapt to all of the technology-based changes that are coming.
AI can transform corporate learning and development.
The most innovative CLOs are crafting new learning strategies in response to technology trends to meet long-term talent development goals.
New content, new platform, new year.
The future of learning is still being uncovered.
Enhance, rather than redefine, learning.
Provide content with context.
Here are four attributes common to knowledge consumers.