Learners across all generations prefer a range of tools and delivery methods.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act dropped the corporate tax rate by 14 percentage points. Should more of those savings go to L&D?
The experience of learning is what matters most in the long run.
Technology can enable improved user experience, but it’s not the whole solution.
After protests erupt at Starbucks, the company announces unconscious bias training for all employees. But will it make a difference?
Deals in the education technology market are heating up in early 2018.
The right leader can help an organization leverage tribal instinct for maximum business performance.
Recognizing millennials’ desire for career opportunities and mobility, Epicor Software has embarked on an internal mobility initiative.
Equal Pay Day is a symbolic marker to raise awareness of the gender pay gap. Dozens pushed for gender parity at a Chicago rally organized by Women Employed.
Author Morten T. Hansen says the secret to increased performance and happiness at work is cutting back, not giving more.
Building an L&D scorecard for top executives can increase support and funding.
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.
How can we best demonstrate alignment of L&D with organizational goals?
Artificial intelligence may power the next generation of mentors, but can technology really replace a human touch?
To develop great leaders, put them in tough, global situations.
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?
Make workflow-integrated learning a reality. Microlearning solves problems; macrolearning develops new skills, says Josh Bersin of Deloitte Consulting.
Learning professionals can — and should — make a case for tax cut dollars.