Articles Tagged With technology
The $8.5 trillion dollar skills gap: How learning leaders must address it through talent and tech
The largely reported 85-million-person talent deficit by 2030 highlights the role that future human talent will play alongside technology that replaces bad jobs and helps upskill and reskill workers in the future of work.
To embrace hybrid work, protect employees from digital overload
Talent leaders must help design a digital work environment that relieves cognitive strain instead of compounding it.
Can AI solve ghosting in the workforce?
Early evidence suggests chatbots could play a role in reversing negative hiring trends and jump-starting the country’s economic recovery.
Equipping emerging leaders for success in a virtual world
Talent leaders can help emerging leaders manage the challenges of virtual leadership with three key tools.
Creating and maintaining the digital experience from recruitment to retirement
Talent managers must develop an innovative recruiting approach and carry the same strategies and tools through the entirety of the employee life cycle.
Accelerating digital business transformation
Businesses have no choice but to compete vigorously to take advantage of opportunities enabled by technological infrastructure, both inside and outside the organization.
Survey Says: Your Employees Want Coaching and Mentoring
Learners across all generations prefer a range of tools and delivery methods.
Investing in an Automated Future
Employers recognize that technological advances like AI and automation will require employees with new skills. Why are so few investing in the necessary learning?
Cox Drives Sales Training
After a merger, Cox Automotive used video to drive peer coaching and align sales teams on values and approaches.
Adults are Anxious about Technology
Finding time for job-related learning is tough.
Booz Allen Hamilton Builds Data Scientists From Scratch
Junior employees transform into analytics professionals.
Fresh Perspectives Spark Innovation
Don’t overlook your company’s newcomers.