We all have, consciously or otherwise, a vision of perfect education: two people, a master and student, sitting together, talking. The classic Aristotelian tutorial model. When the king of Macedon wanted to educate his son Alexander, he simply hired the smartest person in the world. The first information technology to...
"It’s likely that only a small group of users will actively participate in an enterprise social network. But that can still be enough to generate a positive return on investment." As explained by Deloitte expert in this 3'40 video.
In the age of social media, most businesses have become decidedly antisocial. Sure, today it’s breathtakingly easy to talk in real time to someone on the other side of the planet. But it’s also harder than ever to connect in real time with a real human being anywhere who gives a [...]
We’ve heard the term “employee engagement” a gazillion times, and one could even say it’s now just a buzzword. If you ask me, it is the most critical aspect of any successful organization….without a doubt! A positive correlation ... Read More
While technology has thoroughly infused the workplace, its strategic adoption and meaningful application by the typical worker is actually just beginning. Here's how the digital workplace will look this year.
Great infographic inside.
Very dense analysis of what will influence digital workplace - or is already influencing.
I like the conclusion : the real long-term problem that workplace technology must help with -- albeit in a fashion that necessarily has some limits -- is with workforce engagement. Many root causes and reasons but ultimately boils down to two factors: Motivation and an effective means of enabling the worker to achieve what's possible.
How can we use new tools to change the way we work? What is the future of Enterprise Collaboration? Oscar Berg talks about it in this article. Now that technology is implemented. ..what do we do with it? focus on people...
It is all change in learning and development (L&D) departments as we enter 2014, with renewed focus on where budgets are spent and how training is delivered. But what is driving this change and how will it help organisations meet their goals this year? Jo Faragher reports
What technology can also facilitate is the ability to constantly observe and measure how learners absorb knowledge.
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