If organizations want to demonstrate the impact learning is having on the business, they will need to strongly align their learning approaches — and the programs they produce — with business outcomes. Otherwise, learning will continue to operate in a vacuum. Understanding the needs of the business and incorporating those with the needs of learners will help supercharge learning to drive organizational performance.
randon Hall Group Platinum Preferred Provider Docebo long ago recognized the need for organizations to have access to more digital, on-demand content and have solutions that enable companies to build and buy what they need. First, the Docebo content marketplace provides access to a comprehensive library of content focused on skills companies need to succeed. This content is great for a hybrid environment as it includes a spectrum of material from complete, in-depth programs to microlearning, providing flexibility to meet the needs of any kind of learning audience.
Strong behavioral skills empower employees to adapt to change in all areas of work. Behavioral skills, by their nature, are suited to a more individualized learning approach. But many organizations — and especially larger enterprise organizations — still tilt toward a one-size-fits-all approach instead of learning tailored to individual needs.
The Executive Interview with Accenture Chief Learning Officer Rajiv Chandran is from Brandon Hall Group’s Excellence at Work Podcast Executive Series hosted by Chief Operating Officer and Principal HCM Analyst, Rachel Cooke.
At a time when companies seek to remove as much friction as possible from the ways people engage with learning, onboarding is a key place where friction abounds. Disjointed processes, functions, and systems keep new hires bouncing around until they are assimilated and set on their paths. The paths should be clearer from the beginning.
The demand for leading-edge technical skills will not slow down. Global disruptions have increased the need for a wider array of available technical skills and competencies. Organizations need to choose the right partner to ensure they maintain the proper level of technical proficiency in their workforce. The Skillsoft and Codecademy combination is a compelling choice for a partner.
We are hosting a webinar with learning data specialists, Cognota, to dig into what data the learning and development organization should be capturing and how to use it. We will also review what companies should look for when evaluating tools and technologies for data analysis. The entire business runs on data, which makes these tools and skills critical for the learning and development organization.
Level-setting on currently available skills through the use of assessments will position organizations to meet the challenges ahead. By using Skillsoft’s benchmarks to define and close current skills gaps, organizations can build a framework to continually meet the changing skill needs of the business and the future of work.
As companies make their way through The Great Resignation in the wake of the pandemic, they must prepare for the wave of onboarding that will occur on the other side. Knowing that many workers will either want or have to stay remote will change how companies approach onboarding new talent. But those changes can lead to a better experience for the learners and better results for the business.
Before the pandemic, organizations already struggled with managing a mix of in-person and virtual learning programs but there was never much impetus to move away from a very event-driven, in-person…