artificial intelligence

On Trend for 2018: Learning and Flexibility

When workforce needs outpace learning, frustrations arise. Staying abreast of trending skills and building flexibility into learning culture can help.

When workforce needs outpace learning, frustrations arise. Staying abreast of trending skills and building flexibility into learning culture can help.

Learning Technology: Navigating the Changing Landscape

The future of the learning technology market is uncertain, but monitoring and understanding emerging learning technologies can help CLOs improve the learner experience.

The future of the learning technology market is uncertain, but monitoring and understanding emerging technologies can help CLOs improve the learner experience.

Making a Big Deal Out of Nanodegrees

The ever-increasing need for emerging tech skills has given rise to microcredentials. Here's how CLOs can decide what’s right for them. 

The ever-increasing need for emerging tech skills has given rise to microcredentials. Here’s how CLOs can decide what’s right for them. 

Artificial Intelligence Comes to Learning

Amazon, Pandora and Netflix pioneered our technology-driven future, making personalized recommendations a reality for millions. The time has come to take on learning and make a learner-centered vision of education a reality.

Due to the increasing pace of change in business, learners need artificial intelligence to help them navigate knowledge in a way best-suited for them.

The Rise of the Machines

Artificial intelligence allows us to personalize learning at a level that was fantasy just a few years ago.

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.

Tech Company Founder: Train Your Software to Work With Employees

Rephael Sweary, president of WalkMe, says CLOs need to explore more effective ways to train that take less time and require employees to memorize less.

Every company needs to become a software company. That was the message from technology entrepreneur and Silicon Valley investor Marc Andreessen in his 2011 essay, “Why Software Is Eating the World,” published in The Wall Street Journal. That same year, entrepreneurs Rephael Sweary and Dan Adika launched their startup, WalkMe, with six employees in a room so small everyone had…

Special Report: Learning Technology

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.

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.