As the dawn of a new decade has arrived, recent events accelerated digital transformation and redefined the way we work and learn. It is time for HR and L&D to meet the remote learning revolution and adapt to the new ways of corporate learning and training in a fast-paced, digital world. A major key to making that adaptation successful will be training teams to cohesively step into the future of the workplace together.
Find out how you can make the best of your remote learning experience.
Here we close our two-part series where we share with you Hannelore Kolb's perspective on how an organization can successfully adapt a culture of learning through digital transformation; how L&D has changed in recent years; learning processes unique to Hager Group, like “change levers”; and what, in her view, learning and development professionals need to do to keep up with these fast-paced, ever-changing trends.
In an increasingly interconnected world, in which communication across borders is imperative to the success of modern organizations, language training cannot be overlooked. If you’re an HR or L&D professional tasked with finding a corporate language training partner for your organization, there is a lot to consider while you navigate through the wide variety of providers on the market.
Speexx recently enjoyed a Masterclass Webinar hosted by Cambridge Assessment English’s Global Product Strategy Manager, Ian Cawley. The topic was learner motivation – specifically, how organizations can better motivate their employees to learn new skills, such as foreign languages.
A handful of recent reports cite that, for the first time in history, many organizations employ staff spanning four, sometimes five generations. Indeed, by 2020, most companies will have all these cohorts working side by side.
The dawning of each New Year typically brings predictions of great strides forward in learning technology. In reality, learning professionals have been slower than anticipated to adapt emerging technologies. Take a look at the trends in learning technology pushing forward into 2020.
We've arrived at a new economy. Just as the Industrial Revolution fundamentally changed how business was done, the digital transformation is doing the same. But in this new era, an organization's biggest advantage is not its technology.
Speexx China Receives the Training Top 125 Award At Training Magazine’s annual conference this year, which took place in Shanghai, Speexx received a Top 125 China award. Training Magazine’s Top 125 list is a worldwide ranking of organizations that excel at training and [...]
Interview with Andreas Urban, Director of Services at Speexx - Digital transformation has radically changed the way training is perceived by employees. Once "a pain point", it has now become a necessity to guarantee employability. Modern learners are hungry for knowledge and take power over their learning paths. But how can we make them happy?