We announced major news in the $135 billion worldwide corporate training industry this week: after four years of budget cuts, spending increased on corporate L&D increased by 9.5% last year. This is a major uptick shift in corporate HR spending.
Think about that statement for a moment: “My skill set was being defined by the needs of the organization”. That doesn’t sound bad, does it? In fact, it sounds like I’m doing the right thing by my employer. The problem is, allowing your skill set to be defined by the needs of the organization hurts you as an individual, and it hurts your organization.
The Tin Can API is a new specification for e-Learning that collects all the learning experiences a person has both on and offline. Before the Tin Can API existed, previous specifications, like SCORM, had limitations.
Improving employee engagement is not simply about improving productivity — although organizations with a high level of engagement do report 22% higher productivity, according to a new meta-analysis of 1.4 million employees conducted by the Gallup...
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