We’ve all heard it before. The only constant in this world is change. In the marketplace of enterprise learning, we have adopted this as a mantra. Many corporate-learning pundits and corporate executives forecast huge shifts away from instructor-led train
- Grant announced to help address COVID-19-related health care shortages June 12, 2020A $54,000 grant will help map health care credentials for New York workers and employees. Read More
If you have the chance to read Fred Harburgï¿½s resume, youï¿½ll find a rather impressive listing of positions. Prior to becoming chief learning officer and president of Motorola University, Harburgï¿½s past boasts organizations like IBM, Saturn, Disney,
3Dlabs Inc., a leading supplier of graphics accelerator solutions to a broad range of professionals including the computer-aided design (CAD), digital content creation (DCC) and visual simulation markets, was looking to outfit key business groups such as
Amplifon Group, a large, multinational company specializing in the manufacturing and selling of medical devices with a primary focus on hearing aids, employs approximately 2,750 people worldwide and continues to expand. Amplifon’s assembly operations and
Read any article on the current state of academics, and you’ll find stories about how online learning is revolutionizing the practice of higher education, whether for better or for worse. On the one hand, students and institutions tout the convenience of
Corporate universities were first created in the late 1980s as an enhancement to traditional training departments.
Seattle-based SAFECO provides insurance and related financial products to individuals and businesses throughout the world. A Fortune 500 company, SAFECO provides products through more than 17,000 independent agents and financial advisors throughout the wo
Considering the formula presented here on aggregating ROI and payback data, you can probably see this is good information at an individual level. But how do you generalize these kinds of data to a larger population to use it to defend your budget?
Ongoing employee education is crucial to businesses surviving and thriving in competitive and uncertain markets. The delivery of that education, of course, is just as crucial, as different workers respond differently to different modalities. Technology, t
When I was a child, admittedly now a long, long time ago, one of the most favorite games we played in school and in our neighborhood was ï¿½Simon Says.ï¿½ The rules of the game are incredibly simple: Do exactly, but only, what Simon tells you to do. If th
Does your organization have an e-learning CrOp Circle? No, I haven’t seen the new Hollywood movie “Signs.” I’m not talking about alien-created patterns in fields of wheat. What I mean is a circle of professional e-learning developers who are dedicated to
Working together is at the heart of collaboration, whether “together” means in the same office or just on the same planet (for now). When your company works with others for a living, as does the accounting, auditing and tax service firm Grant Thornton, co