Learning & Development

Posted by Jennifer Cohorst, Karin Zonder,and Stav Agmon on November 01, 2019. The Digital Revolution is upon us, and to understand the impact, some experts are calling it the fourth industrial revolution. New technology is being introduced at an unprecedented rate, and jobs are changing in ways that require humans to integrate WITH technology to
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Posted by Dikla Hevion on January 30, 2020. “The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing,” said Socrates. Most organizations are well aware that knowledge is key to achieving their business goals and that efforts should be invested in collection, classification, formalization, and distribution of it, but true wisdom is in knowing how
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Posted by Peter DeBellis, Julie Hiipakka on Febuary 13, 2020. As organizations manage constant disruption, they need workers who are prepared—and equipped—to be continuous learners. But many organizations are not taking the necessary steps to offer the full spectrum of learning opportunities to their people. In a previous blog titled “Learning as a reward?”, we
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Posted by David Mallon, Julie Hiipakka on March 4, 2020. Last week, Cornerstone OnDemand announced that it’s acquiring Saba.1 This will bring together two of the largest companies in the learning and talent space and create one of the largest cloud-based providers in business software applications overall. The acquisition is further evidence of heightened urgency
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Posted by Robin Jones on March 25, 2020. The pace of disruption caused by digital technologies in virtually every business sector is accelerating as AI and robotics gain ground in the enterprise. Cloud, mobile, and social computing have already driven workplace changes that have made the skills gap a pressing issue for managers. The rise
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Posted by Josh Haims on April 14, 2020. 16 Hours That Made a Difference:  Lessons Learned on Pivoting a Live Executive Forum into a Compelling Virtual Experience Deloitte’s 9th annual Workforce Innovation Forum (previously the Chief Learning Officer Forum) was converted from an in-person to a virtual event as a response to the evolving COVID-19 crisis. All
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