Best practices on how employers can encourage knowledge sharing
How to gather feedback and pass along insights through digital/remote/e-coaching technologies without taking employees away from core functions
From videos to chat rooms to podcasts, finding the right approach to help employees learn more effectively and bridge skills gaps can deliver HUGE results for businesses.
We live in an information world driven by a YouTube Generation that moves at breakneck speeds. As businesses face new learning challenges, they must explore technological capabilities that will enable them to adapt quickly in this competitive environment.
According to elearning Industry, 85 percent of corporations have some type of Learning Management Systems (LMS) installed, but many aren't satisfied due to poor usability, lack of ROI analytics and limited functionality. Today's learners prefer personalized knowledge that’s highly rated by experts and peers, delivered quickly and efficiently. With millennials using their computers and phones to communicate, new learning technologies and platforms play a significant role in helping organizations meet their business objectives, especially in developing globally focused learning programs.
During this webcast, our expert panel will discuss best practices on how employers can encourage knowledge sharing, gather feedback and pass along insights through digital/remote/e-coaching technologies, all without taking employees away from core functions.