Learning and Development
Effective Corporate Learning and Development
Knowledge is the heartbeat of any enterprise.
Making sure associates are equipped to do their jobs well is vital to not only employee engagement, but to growing and scaling an enterprise. This starts with employee training during the onboarding stage and continues with just-in-time learning to further employee development as they grow in their professional careers.
The corporate learning market now has a wealth of resources for learning and development in the digital era, from video learning, to customizable HR courses, to gamified learning. Knowing which technologies to embrace to propel the workforce into success—at every stage of the employee lifecycle—is a key area of concern for chief learning officers and business leaders.
The Aragon Research Globe for Corporate Learning, 2019
Enterprises need to ensure that employees and customers have a great learning experience and are seeking out providers that can deliver knowledge. Aragon's Globe™ for Corporate Learning examines 19 major providers.
Hot Vendors in Learning, 2019
The learning market is shifting to a more modern, content-focused approach as the demand for interactivity, video, and leadership development begins to surge. Aragon’s four Hot Vendors for 2019 are making a difference in the market.
The Aragon Research Globe for Sales Engagement Platforms, 2019
This note examines the market for sales engagement platforms as it continues to grow as sales teams and divisions demand easier, faster, and better ways to sell, giving rise to enhanced sales coaching and learning capabilities.
5 Learning Journeys Critical to Enterprise Performance
For 2020, HR leaders and CEOs need to focus on the overall learning experience. In this blog, explore the 5 different learning journeys that are critical to creating strong employee engagement and performance.
Top 3 Takeaways From CrossKnowledge Next 2019
Associate Analyst Samra Anees attended CrossKnowledge Next 2019 in Paris, France. This blog covers her top 3 takeaways from the event.
23-30-Year-Olds Are Not Millenials: Introducing Generation S
This blog introduces the term and concept of Generation S and discusses how organizations need to support them differently.
People.ai and the Race to Build the Intelligent Enterprise
The concept of AI-enabled sales—or guided selling—has yet to be truly brought to the table. However, People.ai's platform capabilities may change this by taking AI further with account intelligence.