The Consumerization of Learning Learning and development tools are shifting out of CLOs’ hands and into employees’ hands. Strategy and technology use must follow the trend. May 5, 2016 by Yvonne Chen Learning tools are shifting into employees’ hands. Adding Emotions to the VR Learning Experience Intelligent gaming technology may one day detect emotions, which could improve virtual learning experiences. May 5, 2016 by Bravetta Hassell Emotion-detecting technology could make richer learning experiences. TD Ameritrade Updates Its E-Learning TD Ameritrade partnered with Learning Objects to redesign its e-learning infrastructure. April 27, 2016 by Joe Dixon E-learning give employees to learn when they need it. 5 Factors for Successful Virtual Instructor-Led Learning With planning and an understanding of the technology, virtual learning delivery can save money and have a meaningful impact on participants. April 21, 2016 by Hugh McCullen Virtual learning can save money and have a meaningful impact. Assess Training to Reduce Employee Turnover A clear-eyed view of current training offerings, what’s missing and what could be more effective can help companies attack low retention rates. April 12, 2016 by Bravetta Hassell To lower high turnover amid restaurant employees, look to training. GameStop Takes Training to the Next Level GameStop's game-based training makes temporary staffers feel like part of the team. April 11, 2016 by Sarah Fister Gale GameStop uses gaming to make staff feel like part of the team. Ending the Spring Symposium on a Positive Note The last day of the Spring 2016 CLO Symposium offered attendees some actionable insights with which to transform their workplaces and advance their careers. April 8, 2016 by Bravetta Hassell The final day offered positive advice to close out the Symposium. A Shorter Shelf Life Than Expected A new survey says college educated workers feel like they’re falling behind on the job because their skills are getting old, and fast. March 30, 2016 by Bravetta Hassell The short lifespan of college-acquired professional skills points to the need for more L&D. What’s Trending in Executive Education? Rutgers Business School’s Joe Schaffer has a few ideas about the future of executive education. March 29, 2016 by Andie Burjek Rutgers’ Joe Schaffer has an idea about what the future of executive education holds. Majority of U.S. Adults Are ‘Lifelong Learners’ A Pew Research Center study found that a majority of adults are on the prowl to learn something new, whether it’s for work or pleasure. March 29, 2016 by Bravetta Hassell Working adults are on the prowl to learn something new. Related The Consumerization of Learning Adding Emotions to the VR Learning Experience Learning at Home Comes With a Price Sign Up For Our Emails continue reading › Events continue reading › The Magazine Subscribe Current Issue Back Issues Contribute Advertise Research continue reading › ArticlesVideosArticles The Consumerization of LearningAdding Emotions to the VR Learning ExperienceLearning at Home Comes With a PriceLearning Leaders Guide Cultural TransformationCompanies More Comfortable With Outsider Leadership Videos 2016 Spring Chief Learning Officer Symposium: Day 3 Recap2016 Spring Chief Learning Officer Symposium: Day 2 Recap2016 Spring Chief Learning Officer Symposium: Day 1 RecapThe Hybridization of Executive EducationDoes the Future of Business Mean Mandatory Learning?