Artificial intelligence will be a powerful challenge to innovate in training. The goal is to make learners’ self-study more effective and equip trainers to guide and support them. Accordingly, we’d like you to examine three ways in which AI can be used to improve training and the learning environment.
In this post we are going to explore another aspect of business acceleration: conscience. This subject was discussed at the Business Transformation Summit organised by Cegos in october 2019.Many companies think in the short-term and focus on economic growth. As a result, employees tend to act tactically but this is not always a good thing.
In the decade ahead, it will be increasingly plausible to place learners and trainers at the centre of training courses built on data supplied by digital systems. This data provides the essential grounding that will enable artificial intelligence to take over training.
Soft skills – those intangible skills that make you an effective leader, communicator or collaborator – are on the rise. Like any skill, however, they take time and practice to master, which can be an obstacle to success if you take the wrong approach.
In the previous posts on the Business Transformation Summit, we mostly covered the subjects of business acceleration through digital and technology transformations. Today let’s make a leap into the past to see how this French company reinvented their business model.
New year, new resolutions For many of us, beginning of January is the moment for new resolutions. Will gyms make their major revenue in just a few weeks? I’ve been wondering what are my authentically new resolutions, what will change, how I will evolve… In this fast-changing environment, I find myself knowing less what to
How did Kodak invent digital photography then lose out when the industry became big? How did Nokia create the smartphone but fall behind when the iPhone was launched? According to Julian Birkinshaw it wasn’t because they didn’t sense the coming change.