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.
As mentioned in our previous blog, one of the most common ways to reach as many people as possible is through the use of search engines. Whether this is embedding keywords into a website or, in this articles’ focus, the use of paid advertising campaigns, firms need to execute a balanced strategy using as many tools as possible to obtain positive returns on investments. In this article, we are going to explore how paid search engine advertising can be used to get the word out to potential customers/clients/guests, in addition to the benefits and drawbacks.
Acquiring new talent can be one of the most difficult tasks a firm takes on in order to stay in business. From posting jobs and interviewing, to determining who the best candidates are, and then making offers, the process is quite complex. Within the last several years, larger companies turned to artificial intelligence as a way to assist in this process. Replacing warm-blooded human resource (HR) professionals with machines was seen as a way to reduce costs and review resumes more efficiently. But is this really the case? Today, we’re going to provide a brief analysis on artificial intelligence (AI) and its benefits and costs to a company.
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