AI-enabled coaching is on the rise in learning and development, and it comes with its own benefits and challenges.
As we head into the Fourth Industrial Revolution, it’s easy to feel like a deer caught in digital headlights. With the speed of technological innovation, how can you prioritize what advances are best suited to your learners’ needs?
Reskilling cannot be viewed as a temporary initiative with a specific end goal — continuous learning must be a sustained priority. This is where the real potential for AI lies in the workplace.
Nonprofit Byte Back is providing pathways of tech training to open doors to living-wage careers for those who need it most.
We are in the midst of titanic shifts in how we buy and sell, how we manage our health, how we move from here to there, and how, what, where and why we learn. Strategic learning is about the why.
Disruption is change, but it’s change on a scale that we probably haven’t seen before, says EY Global Chief Learning Officer Brenda Sugrue.
Big shifts are an opportunity to do big things. As learning leaders, embrace the moment to do something epic.
The funding is believed to be the largest thus far in the field of tech-enabled employee coaching, behavior change and wellness.
Digital badges can be one way to help L&D leaders meet the expectations of Gen Z.
The goal is not to have AI replace humans or do things for them. Instead, it can serve as a tool that will make people smarter at doing things themselves.
Smart companies are turning to augmented reality for learning and development.
Adding emotional subtext back into virtual communications.
The workforce needs to be prepared for the human-machine partnerships of the future. When the discussion turns to AI, L&D leaders should be speaking up — not stepping out.
Learning is often inconvenient. It can even be impolite. But it’s always inevitable.
Here are five tips to help learning leaders embrace the era of screen time through engaging employee development strategies.
Service-focused CLO Trish “Doc” Holliday is transforming her state’s government into a leading-edge learning organization.