Immersive technologies are at the forefront of fundamental learning and development transformation.
Jesse Jackson, CLO of consumer and community banking at JPMorgan Chase, talks about how Chase is reimagining learning by leveraging technology in the L&D space.
One UX expert says her biggest piece of advice for applying UX in the learning environment is to experiment and accept failure as part of the process.
The learning experience market has reached a turning point. The LXP market is projected to grow 150 to 200 percent annually.
Machine learning algorithms are used to cater to learners and achieve better learning outcomes. But with this new technology comes a responsibility for learning leaders to actively engage in the decision-making process and safeguard the practice.
For CLOs, that’s a good thing.
We can leverage neuroscience insights to build trusted business relationships.
UX experts say user experience in learning is about understanding learners’ needs and helping provide solutions to achieve desired results.
Addressing the missing link between content, insight and wisdom curation, and critical thinking.
The most effective learning strategy considers personality, allowing a variety of employees to engage in a variety of ways.
Technology has been a great enabler of innovation in learning, but there are more opportunities for creativity in the way we approach classroom design.
Targeted skills development is not just a need but a strategic priority driven by powerful external changes impacting organizations.
A higher education veteran talks about what’s changed, what hasn’t and what’s next in the executive education space.