Editor’s note: This research provides some examples of how organisations are enhancing the employee experience in order to retain employees. For example, Deutsche Telekom in the UK allows employees to use 20% of their time to work on projects that sit outside of their core role.
Editor’s note: If you are interested in the use of augmented reality in learning them it would be worth keeping an eye on Snapchat. The company has just launched its developer platform for augmented reality. That means a lot more experimentation with AR.
Editor’s note: Amazon has provided a way for organisations to design Alexa experiences. No need for code either. These blueprints show you how to do it.
Editor’s note: Coffee chain Starbucks is offering employees in the UK who do not hold a degree the opportunity to study for an undergraduate degree online. This at a time when there is a fear Brexit will lead to staff shortages. An interesting move to recruit and retain candidates.
The State of Digital Transformation 2018-19 edition, Altimeter Why read this report? This research shines…
Editor’s note: In this interview, Kartik Hosanagar, author of A Human’s Guide to Machine Intelligence: How Algorithms Are Shaping Our Lives and How We Can Stay in Control, demystifies machine intelligence and looks at some of the things we need to consider to effectively harness the technology.
Editor’s note: David Perring from learning analysts Fosway Group cuts through the hype that surrounds the term ‘learning experience platform’.
Editor’s note: Massive open online course provider Coursera has drawn out insights from the millions of people who use the platform to show which countries are strongest on certain skills. The data provides some clues on where in the world to find people with specific in demand skills.
Recently, I was a part of a really good and stimulating Twitter conversation that involved…
Editor’s note: This analysis of LinkedIn Learning’s latest research throws up many reasons to be cheerful about digital learning. It also features an interesting slide on the benefits of learning more (called heavy learners on the slide) versus ‘light’ learners. Heavy learners, for example, are 21% more likely to feel confident in their work versus light learners as well as 47% less likely to be stressed at work.
Editor’s note: In this short video, Dr Christian Jarrett, author of The Great Myths, explains why brain myths are so appealing and how we can overcome them.
Editor’s note: This slide deck looks at how financial services company Old Mutual Wealth has re-engineered its L&D strategy using freelance marketplace Jam Pan. It provides a glimpse of new ways in which L&D teams are sourcing and delivering digital resources.
The L&D Global Sentiment Survey, Donald Taylor. Why read this report? When nearly 2,000 L&D…
Editor’s note: Cathy Moore provides a some suggestions on how to put a stop to receiving training request forms from the business and instead turn them into what she calls a ‘development request’. Some great tips here.
Editor’s note: This article provides some highlights from LinkedIn Learning’s latest study into learning trends based on the responses of 1,200 L&D professionals. More budget and a shift to online seem like the main trends as is the role of managers to enable learning. Is this news? Perhaps a good reminder of what peers are working on.`