Making on-the-job learning part of your talent strategy
OTJ (On-The-Job) learning can not only be efficient and cost-effective in that it takes advantage of learning moments that arise naturally, but also strategic in that it can promote talent attraction and retention by addressing employee desires to keep developing professionally.
Bringing connected learning into the corporate environment
As educational technology (ed-tech) providers continue to develop next-generation solutions, organizations should match their pace and become more engaged partners in the evolution of their corporate learning solutions and their employees’ careers.
Work environment redesign: The chief learning officer
Stack the learning deck
Today corporate learning is less about developing and conveying content and more about enabling people to adapt, contribute, and excel throughout their careers. This shift has created the need for a much broader definition of what it means to be a learning professional.