On Nov. 3rd, UKG announced that they had acquired Quorbit, a startup in the workforce planning space. UKG, of course, requires no introduction, but Quorbit may need an introduction — they are an Oxford-based (UK-based) technology solution that helps highly-complex organizations create workforce budgets, align work with business goals, and increase the overall accuracy of their planning requirements.
In a recent Quantum Workplace KnowledgeGraphic, one of the key takeaways was that organizations seeking to prepare their workplace culture for the future of work should start by defining what culture means for their organization.
isolved recently released its On-Demand Pay option, a tool that addresses a previously overlooked part of total well-being. On-Demand Pay does as its name implies, giving employees access to their pay immediately but without the cumbersome pay cards or digital wallets that often go along with these types of solutions.
As organizations get larger and more complex, multi-tenancy becomes even more important. Different business units, geographies, and brands almost always need to have unique user experiences for their teams. Managing multiple platforms in a large organization can be chaotic. If the organization’s learning needs extend beyond internal employees to external audiences like partners, resellers, customers, or franchisees, those unique experiences become critical. Each of these audiences has needs that are vastly different from both employee audiences and each other. Meridian also works with several government-related entities leveraging multi-tenancy to create different learning portals for complex agencies at the local, state and federal levels
learning technology products, all of which feature measurement and analytics as key elements of what they do. For a specific example, ELB learning touts the Lectora authoring tool. Some organizations may not think of an authoring tool when they think of analytics, but that is a huge part of the overall problem. Measurement and analytics are seen as an endpoint for the process of learning, something to be considered once everything has been built and delivered. This is why so many companies default to holding up completion rates as proof of success.
September 20 to understand how and why employers are currently using the performance review, and what the best practices are for the future of the performance review.
o help establish and sustain clear brand standards, both inside and outside the organization. An LMS that is built for both internal employees, as well as the extended enterprise (customers, resellers, franchisees, etc.), helps drive consistency.
Learning professionals at all career stages — from entry-level instructional designers to senior leaders — must have a deep understanding of the organizations they serve and develop skills to be true partners with the business.
EI Design uses proven gamification approaches and techniques to achieve successful gamification, including focusing on longer-term gamification which can include gaming apps, VR integration, microlearning, and personalized gaming challenges. Ultimately, their approach to game-based learning is driving learner adoption, engagement, retention and performance
Management, Leadership Development, Talent Acquisition, Human Resources, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I), Future of Work/Digital Transformation and Metaverses.