The wealth of data available to us thanks to digital learning means we can track learner progress and performance with increasing sophistication. “We can extract all sorts of metrics from digital learning,” says Patricia Santos, Cegos Group Chief, Corporate Offer and Solutions. “Everything from test scores, completion data and impact on performance can be measured.”
Today, so much learning in business takes place online, whether through on-demand programs or virtual classes. The big advantage of this method, aside from the convenience, is that we have access to a wealth of learner data. Why should this be a big deal? For a start, it allows for a more personalised approach to
The evidence we are living in a VUCA world increases day by day. Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous – the acronym perfectly describes the times we are living through, and are likely to do so for the foreseeable future. This scenario certainly increases the challenge for Learning and Development teams, but it also increases the
Over the last few years, many international companies have taken steps to improve Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) among their workforces. A recent Cegos survey of 4,007 employees and 420 Human Resources directors across 7 countries – 6 European and Brazil in Latin America – found that progress has certainly been made. However, there remains a
How to drive an employee to become a leader? Maybe they already have all the cards in their hands, but their preconceived notions are blocking them. When it comes to leadership, some beliefs are insidious, persistent and freezing. Let’s take a close look at them to unleash some leadership potential within your teams.
The effective transfer of learning occurs through a variety of factors, but it starts, from the outset, in the way we design and monitor the learning paths: what tools and resources are used? What synchronous and asynchronous moments are included? Will trainees learn beyond theory and knowledge exposure? Will they have access to lectures, interactive
By imposing the work-from-home model as the new organisational norm, the pandemic propelled hybrid management to centre stage of our concerns. In the post-Covid world, managers will have to reinvent their attitude and practices, shake their habits up and establish new rituals. So, ready for a change? Hybrid management: the new normal The Covid-19 crisis