With new technologies, new resources and a changing workforce, how has the role of corporate universities changed – and how has it stayed the same?
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Modern-day learners want access to the information they need when they need it. Here are some insights into the future of learning and development departments, as well as how to speak their learning language.
While the nature of work is changing, educational preparation lags behind.
The digital revolution presents challenges and opportunities to the traditional classroom delivery model.
Two mayors outline the future of work and the impact of innovation and automation on cities.
A dual focus on business strategy and employee engagement can ensure a corporate university’s guiding principles align with those of the company.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act dropped the corporate tax rate by 14 percentage points. Should more of those savings go to L&D?
A strong economy means the competition for talent is also strong. Employers must invest in the frontline workers’ educations to improve their abilities to attract, retain and promote talent.
Savings from the new tax plan can enrich business investment in talent development through apprenticeships.