What do L&D teams need to do to secure bigger budgets, better leverage and a seat at the C-suite table? Change the conversation around workplace learning.
To build great learning programs for your employees, you need to get inside their heads...and for this, understanding basic learning theories is essential.
The way people prefer to work and learn has changed. To keep up, L&Ds need to create web-based training that's flexible, collaborative, and empowering.
A lot of L&D teams are having a hard time setting learning priorities right now. With COVID-19 forcing many learners to work from home, you need a tool to help you ship training your team actually wants. Our Learning Needs Tool is the answer.
Your subject-matter experts are ready and willing to share their knowledge and help others learn. The only problem? Collaborating on expert content takes too long, with far too many low-value tasks for L&D teams. We're here to solve that with our Experts Engagement Tool.
COVID-19 created a true crisis of employee disengagement for L&D teams to contend with. Luckily, the Learning Organization model provides a viable solution.
User-Generated Content is an excellent asset for engaging and motivating learners. On the other hand, curating a consistent library of content can be tricky. In this CLO Connect interview, we chat to Gaurav Maheshwari of Visa University about how he strikes the right balance.
If you’re one of the 57% of L&D pros expecting to spend more on online learning, you'll want to optimize your budget by choosing the right learning management system (LMS) type for your business.
Creating better learning experiences starts with picking the right tools. But how can you know which learning management system is right for you? Use our LMS features guide to help you select an LMS that will enhance your learning programs and your L&D team's workflow.
To deliver the right learning experiences for your team, you need to collaborate to build great content from the ground up. The only downside? Crowdsourcing this content can be a complicated process, with lots of low-value tasks. That's why we've developed a tool to take all the pain out of collaborating on new courses.
L&D leaders have a key role to play in setting business strategy and matching teams with the right learning opportunities. In this CLO Connect interview, we chat with Kelli Dunaway of law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner about being a strategic client partner.
According to the Learning Performance Institute's 2021 Global Sentiment Survey, Collaborative Learning is a top priority for L&D leaders in 2021. We're here to unpack the key takeaways from this survey, and what they mean for you.