Nobody can doubt that technology is changing the way we work. According to McKinsey, in 2030 the demand for technological skills will climb by 55%, so it’s a great time to get a job in the tech industry.
A few years ago, a learner would enrol in a training session and spend two days in a room with a trainer and their peers. They would then go back to work and try to apply what they had learned. We are currently witnessing the development of much richer tools.
The Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards is a global programme that recognises innovation and achievement in the world of Human Capital Management. The group recently announced our project with Imerys as winner of the Silver Award in the category: Best Advance in Leadership Development. Here, we share how the project helped hundreds of managers across
Big Data, Internet of Things, cybersecurity, agile, social management, distance networking, etc. These are increasingly sought after skills. In the near future their impact will become ever stronger. As a result, they will in turn affect training. Steve Dineen has simplified some of the main impacts we will see. The YouTube effect The widespread passion
Digital transformation is rushing through the corporate world with increasing speed – customers have new expectations – and entire markets are shifting. Innovative business models are emerging, processes and corporate structures need to be rethought, and our daily work is changing rapidly. With New Work, a change in work culture is developing in which we
Employees always come to a point where they are faced with the question of the future. If their daily work is too routine for them, this can be the search for more creative freedom or for tasks that advance their personal development. However, if they struggle with excessive demands in their everyday lives or doubt
Companies struggle to find qualified specialists and managers in the current labour market. They want to strengthen their competitive position and position themselves for the future together with them. However, companies are aware that only a small portion of the skills and abilities they are looking for can be directly brought into the company via