The Top 200 Tools for Learning 2017 (11th Annual Survey) has been compiled by Jane…
In the new report, “The 2017 State of Digital Transformation,” we surveyed more than 500…
Editor’s note: Have you heard of all these technologies? Reading this will make you sympathise with your IT team and especially your head of IT. Maybe the challenges of new technology are everyone’s challenges and should be the catalyst for L&D and IT to work more closely together.
Editor’s note: This is worth 11 minutes of your time. This video looks at automation througout the ages, which provides good context for the current age of automation.
Editor’s note: Learning technology analyst Josh Bersin looks at how learning management systems are attempting to morph into learning experience platforms.
Editor’s note: Mary Meeker produces an annual state of the internet report and this year’s has just been published. Well worth a read.
Here are our curated tweets from the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on past, current and future…
Editor’s note: A great piece of research that shows the growth of the internet, technology trends and much more. Well worth a read.
Editor’s note: Interesting piece from Jane Hart on chatbots and how they could be used as a learning technology.
Editor’s note: This question, posed by Jane hart, prompted much Twitter discussion and became the topic of an #ldinsight conversation. Here Jane Hart pulls out highlights from the responses.
Editor’s note: Not many surprises here in terms of what sectors are experiencing the most disruption. The article has a useful take on how companies can respond in the face of this disruption.
Editor’s note: Moore’s Law has been mentioned a lot at learning conferences. But has it had its day? This article looks at some limitations to our technology (processors) that might suggest Moore’s Law is coming to an end.
Editor’s note: Latest research from Deloitte says that organisational design (and redesigning how organisations work) is the number one human capital priority for the year ahead.
Editor’s note: Lynda Gratton, professor of management practice at London Business school, outlines essential skills for HR and how organisations can close their skills gaps.