How to Implement an Effective Corporate Learning Strategy
High employee engagement is linked to increased employee satisfaction, revenue, and overall customer success. This is why it's critical that employees have access to the tools and resources they need to do their jobs. The challenge facing business leaders today is how to make learning and training a continuous part of work versus doing it sporadically.
We help our clients develop their corporate learning strategy and evaluate the technology providers that will allow them to manage and deliver all forms of learning.
Modern Learning Platforms Go Beyond Course Delivery
In order to provide a continuous learning environment for knowledge workers, business leaders are seeking a wide variety of learning tools, personalized learning content, and robust analytics.
Increasingly, enterprises are moving away from learning management systems in favor of modern learning platforms. These platforms include features such as LMS, social learning, microlearning, video learning, content authoring, and predictive analytics. Additionally, the rise of modern learning providers that enable access to all types of courseware—including video—has emphasized content as a must-have feature for enterprises.
Learning platforms will power innovation and allow enterprises to do more with their investments in a shorter amount of time.
HR and learning professionals feel competitive pressures to recruit and maintain talent. Discover the technologies that are disrupting the corporate learning industry by downloading your complimentary infographic.
Corporate Learning Research
Summary: This special report aims to assist Chief Learning Officers (CLO) and HR leaders with their modern learning transformation. Read More >
Summary: The ease of learning new skills and polishing existing ones via a visual format is driving user interest to video learning. Read More >
Corporate Learning Blogs
Saba Offers Alternative to Degreed with Lumesse Acquisition
October 11, 2018
Enterprises are shifting away from content-lacking LMS's and toward Netflix-like providers that aggregate content libraries from several sources. Saba's purchase of Lumesse places it in the content wars against Degreed. Read More >
LTG announced its intent to purchase PeopleFluent for U.S. $150 million. This will provide LTG with a modern video and social learning offering, along with a complete talent suite. Read More >
This blog evaluates Degreed's purchase of Pathgather, a learning experience platform, and its effect on the corporate learning market. Read More >
Pluralsight is more than just a collection of learning content; it also provides strong analytics to help managers understand the progress a team is making toward their knowledge goals. Read More >