Some 84% of senior professionals believe that learning and leadership development programmes have improved their business knowledge, competencies and confidence; 83% believe that these programmes are vital to achieving business goals, and 81% say that executive education/ leadership development is more important than ever.
Issues with the Internet of Things The internet – as we now know it – has been an increasingly key part of our lives since 1995. In those 20 or so years, humanity has changed from being interested in ´mere´ hardware and software [...]
First suggested in 1999 and now a growing technological reality, the Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people, each of which have unique technological identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.
The key characteristics of a device capable of being used for mobile learning are that it is digital; easily portable; usually owned and controlled by an individual rather than an institution; can access the internet; has multimedia capabilities, and can facilitate a large number of tasks, particularly those related to communication.
There’s a tendency to do ‘just-in-case’ training rather than ‘just-in-time’ training. In other words, people are given access to learning materials in case they ever need to know what they’re being taught.