At a time of profound change in business models organizations, “upskilling” and “reskilling” are key in HR practices. But what do they actually mean and what is their impact?
Algorithms have no limits. So it’s up to humans to watch over ethics when AI is at work, and to lay down the principles that will protect learners’ interests. Here are our antidotes to the three major risks that AI entails in training. AI has enormous potential in training. It can accommodate trainees’ learning preferences
For the first time this year, OpenSesame, the world’s leading e-learning content marketplace and a strategic partner of Cegos since 2012, is organizing its L&D conference “Learning Unlocked” entirely online. The program consists of 12 one-hour sessions, every Tuesday and Thursday, from October 13th to November 19th. International leaders, authors, athletes and managers of companies
The CMA CGM Group, a world leader in transport and logistics, and Cegos recently won Silver in the prestigious Brandon Hall Excellence Awards for ‘Best Learning Programme Supporting a Change Transformation Business Strategy’. Here, we tell the story of how our Cegos team helped CMA CGM develop customer-centricity across their Sales and Customer Service divisions
Cegos and Barilla recently won Gold in the prestigious Brandon Hall Excellence Awards for ‘Best Advance in Employee Engagement’. Here, I tell the story of how Cegos’ team helped Barilla build valuable soft skills across their workforce.
Business transformation has certainly been high on the agenda since the advent of Covid-19, as companies across the globe have been forced to accelerate at an exceptional rate.
Nowadays, a lot of data is available from training courses. It allows us to better understand the learning path and thus better surround the learners in their training. In the future, this data and many others will feed an AI that will considerably improve the training profession. Are you ready?