As the world continues to adapt to seemingly ever-changing business environments, so do the ways in which we train and educate the workforce. Specifically, within the last decade, emerging technologies have drastically altered the way we learn and process information, as well as where it can be done. In this brief blog post, we’re going to help provide a concrete definition of what emerging technologies are, and we’ll look at some examples of those being used to train professionals today and in the future.
Productivity is one of the most common workplace measurements, with respect to each individual employee’s contributions to the bottom line. These measurements are often done with many analytical and statistical tools, which can take the results down to their simplest form. True to our society, the number of distractions we face on a daily basis can cripple the effectiveness of work being done in the workplace. As a result, productivity suffers and worldwide, over $7 TRILLION is lost because of it (Stevenson, 2018). As part of our new year blog series on helping businesses better optimize themselves for success, we’re going to take a quick look at several ways in which businesses and employees can be more productive in 2019. Read on to see what we’ll focus on.
Learning takes place on a daily basis, whether we want it to or not. Much like taxes and bills, it is a staple of the business society in which we live in. How professionals learn, on the other hand, has changed significantly. There once was a time where training tasks were completed either on the job or in a classroom environment. Now, learning can be done on the go and any other place where an internet connection is available. This post will look into the here and now with respect to what type of learning management systems (LMS’s) are out there that can be used to facilitate learning to scale within an organization.
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