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With the rise of rapid eLearning and Open Source LMS, it’s apparent that technology drives forward thinking. Mobile Learning has opened up a whole new world of informal learning, putting it right in the hands of your clients and employees.
With an estimated 30 million people working from home in 2016, virtual job opportunities are on the rise. Increased productivity and flexibility are just a few of the benefits shared by companies and employees who participate in a teleworking program.
Developing a learning organization—one in which knowledge is at the center of the mission—is now understood to be the most urgent task for today’s businesses. Read our gamified guide on hiring L&D pros.
Lack of critical evaluation of the quality of L&D consultants leads to high costs for companies because the effects of “bad” consulting are not being accurately captured.
Locating specialized skills when you need them is a top challenge for companies that rely on professional talent. Enter free agents – the professionals who work on a project basis as valued contributors to an organization.
Finding the talent required to meet today’s business challenges has never been more critical. In this climate, organizations are tasked to find creative ways of recruiting and utilizing talent, relying on short-term experts to meet their business requirements.
L&D departments require agility and flexibility to meet strategic changes. Ultimate flexibility is provided by building out a blended workforce approach.