It’s overwhelming at times…shifting career patterns, scalable learning, digital learning platforms and the legacy learning management system (LMS), rapidly evolving employee expectations, regulatory demands. Senior learning leaders are contending with a myriad of disruptors confronting them daily.
Posted by Josh Haims on February 1, 2017.
As the digital (r)evolution continues to turn corporate learning on its ear, we find many organizations and their learning leaders seeking guidance about what’s next. They’re asking questions about everything from their legacy learning infrastructure to the skills of their team to content curation to engaging learners. What strikes me as I listen to these questions is that it’s not so much that we have a new puzzle to solve, it’s that the puzzle pieces we’ve had for a while are finally clicking into place.
How L&D is getting a handle on this organizational responsibility
Curation has been a buzzword in the Learning & Development (L&D) space for a few years now. With the proliferation of information, it’s getting harder and harder for employees to find valid, up-to-date, engaging content to meet their needs. Bersin by Deloitte data from its High-Impact Learning Organization study tells us that the biggest challenge employees face when they’re trying to learn isn’t the lack of content—it’s finding the right content.
Posted by Josh Bersin on October 05, 2016.
The world of HR technology is about to go through one of its most disruptive times in decades. As I detail in the report “HR Technology Disruptions for 2017,” we are seeing a tremendous shift from a focus on core HR systems toward new systems that focus on “making work life better.”