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corporate elearning

The worldwide market for eLearning is has grown significantly over the past 10 years and it doesn’t look like it’s going to slow down anytime soon. In 2011, the worldwide market was valued at US $35.6 billion and by 2016 the market is expected to reach US $51.3 billion. As discussed in eLearning Trends in […]

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Online Training

Early this week we discussed how increasing compliance regulations are becoming a burden to companies of all size and we introduced the idea of using online training and talent management to turn compliance into a competitive advantage. Today in, Turning Compliance into a Competitive Advantage Part 2, we are excited to delve deeper into how […]

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Robin Williams (2)

Something good will always come, so long as we ensure it does. A trail of gasps echoed through our office late Monday afternoon as headlines popped up in our feeds informing us of the death of beloved Robin Williams. A few shed tears, and others reminisced about their favorite Robin Williams moments but no one […]

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Many organizations simply do not have the resources to hire full time compliance officers, or buy and implement governance, risk and compliance software suites. However, they do usually have training programs to ensure employees understand how to be compliant with industry and or government regulations. With the advent of hosted, open learning and talent management […]

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2014 Road Sign

Since the 2008 recession HR activities have gradually moved from being centered on restructuring and renewal to activities that support growth. Thus, from 2014 and onwards—in these forthcoming periods of growth—HR activities must ensure that organizations are constantly looking for new talent, developing global leadership and reengaging the current workforce. Josh Bersin, Principal and Founder […]

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Yesterday in our post about the 3 Trends Changing Learning we mirrored what many experts are saying about competency-based learning—that it is becoming  an exemplary model for decreasing the cost of education, increasing student success and increasing the likelihood that students will be hired directly after degree completion. Today I’m going to delve deeper into […]

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Data storage concept illustration

Michael Plater, President of Strayer University, recently wrote about disruptive learning technologies that are changing both the ‘way we think about learning and how we create it’. We have written about each of these topics in depth but here is quick overview of the three learning trends that are emerging on the worldwide market. Massive […]

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