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.
The fascination with Millennials is over. It’s time for organizations to turn their attention to a new generation entering the work force – Generation Z, also known as Gen Z. According to Monster, this cohort will account for 20% of the global workforce by 2020.
Speexx is a training partner for LINGOs, a global learning consortium of 80+ aid, international development and conservation organizations. In the course of 2 years since the start of the partnership, a staggering number of over 5,000 consortium staff in more than 125 countries are actively engaged with a training course for French, Spanish or English language training.
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.
Speexx is the only learning content provider included in the elite of "The 2017 Corporate eLearning industry Movers and Shakers List" published by eLearning Industry and Bob Little. The "Movers and Shakers" list is published yearly, since 2009, and includes the most influential people in the eLearning industry.
The latest Towards Maturity ‘Learning Benchmark Report’, released November 2016, has some valuable insights as to why some organizations are failing to realize the benefits of eLearning. In March 2017, Speexx attended the Towards Maturity Ambassador meeting where we discussed the findings of the report ‘Unlocking Potential: Releasing the potential of the business and its people through learning’ in more detail.
No matter how large or small an organization, whether it works online or offline, its employees will have to deal with a different culture or language at some point. This could be colleagues from abroad who haven’t fully mastered the local language yet, as well as partners, suppliers or customers in another country. Such encounters can be highly rewarding as they offer insights into a different culture and perspective.
An effective e-learning program takes a diverse team to build. Everyone comes to the table with a different skillset, and they need to work together to produce effective learning content. To help you along your way, here are some tools that will help your team work and learn together.
The disruptive technology driving the Fourth Industrial Revolution is also transforming the way we live and work. Just like all industries, HR and L&D have also gone through an intense digital transformation meant to make processes more efficient and accessible. While the implementation of new tools and technologies has allowed for lear