Determining how a learning program should be designed and delivered has always been a challenge for organizations. Learning has traditionally meant event-based learning, leaving little room for innovation. In the past, a program was considered “blended” if it added a small amount of web-based elements to support a series of classroom experiences. Today, however, there is a multitude of tools and technologies that transformed the ways companies can and should approach learning. Despite these opportunities, organizations still have difficulty building programs that truly meet the needs of their learners. In fact, 56% of companies believe fewer than half of their programs have the right blend.
Brandon Hall Group Smartchoice Preferred Provider Qstream is a next-gen learning solution completely focused on helping companies deliver the right learning experience to the right people at the right time. They make it easy to provide targeted microlearning in and around formalized experiences, creating a more robust overall experience that is designed around how people learn. To find out more about how they help companies leverage microlearning to improve engagement, compliance, performance and more, discover more about their microlearning overview here.
Building a culture of DE&I requires building new sets of skills among both individual contributors and leaders, from the front lines to the C-Suite. For many organizations, improving DE&I amounts to culture change. That requires a strategic approach.
Brandon Hall Group, the leading independent HCM research and analyst firm, is launching a survey to understand the strategies and tactics employers use to realize the business benefits of DE&I.
L&D teams must put serious effort into auditing the entire function. Many organizations gave up on this practice, saying they have tried but to no avail. But a solid audit can help assess L&D’s alignment with the business, training’s ability to meet objectives, and the L&D team’s efficiency in designing and delivering training.
Brandon Hall Group Smartchoice Preferred Provider Origin Learning has helped clients through these kinds of challenges long before the pandemic. One of the approaches they are using to help companies target specific skills gaps is through role-based training. One of their clients is a technology company focused on developing and implementing artificial intelligence. This is clearly a rapidly evolving area that requires frequent assessment of available skills. They turned to Origin Learning and its Fractal LXP to ensure the right people had the right skills.
Technology is the key to effectively delivering learning to a geographically dispersed workforce. Developing the skills of the future in a hybrid work environment requires a multimodal approach that brings…
At the UKG Connections analyst summit, the company provided a bright and shining way forward after a tumultuous year for many organizations. UKG unveiled a solid company strategy and a set of solutions to address the real challenges organizations will face in the year ahead. The theme was about working together and leading transformation in times of uncertainty. UKG clearly demonstrated that its approach to the market and helping customers is the top priority.
Brandon Hall Group Preferred Provider AllenComm works with its clients to create sales enablement programs that strike the right balance between product training and the customer relationship. The goal is to build personalized learning experiences based on the needs of the sales team and the company’s revenue goals.
Creating a great learning experience for external audiences is critical and challenging. Internal learners are already aware of the company’s culture, esthetic and brand. Professional training academies and companies that train groups such as customers, resellers and partners must do much more to engage their audiences. This is especially true in environments where the training is paid for.