William Grant & Sons and Cegos recently won Gold in the prestigious Brandon Hall Excellence Awards for ‘Best Use of Blended Learning Program’. Here is the story of how Cegos’ team helped a global F&B company regenerate their leadership program with a truly blended approach.
Digitalisation has had many effects that can be seen every day. This topic was discussed during the webcast on “Training as a continuous process of development”, organised by Pessoas magazine with the support of CEGOC (Cegos’ subsidiary in Portugal).In last week’s post, we covered part of the conclusions discussed: The pandemic has changed our perception
Robots working side by side with humans. Virtual reality making it possible to bring professionals in different parts of the world together where a problem needs to be resolved. On-demand learning content available when and where it’s needed. Increasing use of automation, robotics and artificial intelligence. All of this, allied with the true “skills revolution”
The Digital Learning Excellence Awards are organised every year by Cegos France in partnership with AEF info.fr. Not only do they reward the best digital and blended learning systems, they also allow us to set a real benchmark of market trends. It has been no surprise that the 2021 trends were impacted by the COVID
Why do we talk so much about upskilling and reskilling? On one side, because the business models have gone through deep transformation in the last years. On the other, because the speed of job evolution and change has dramatically increased. The skills needed to perform today are definitely not the same as 10 or 20
The leading role of leadership and the agile way in which it perceives and takes advantage of the ongoing technological revolution helps guide organizations towards a new and challenging context. It is a critical factor to navigate the transformations that are occurring and the pace of constant disruption we are witnessing in the labor market.
Artificial Intelligence has developed at amazing speed over the last decade. Today, we interact with chatbots and other AI-powered technology without even realising it. There is no doubt that AI will change the way we teach and learn over the coming years, which is why companies must learn how to utilise AI in their training