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The Digital Workplace – Rethinking Enterprise Learning and Development

There is a transformation underway that is changing the business landscape. The concept of “Digital Enterprise” is gaining traction. Enterprises are challenging the traditional ways of doing business and interacting with customers. They have no option. If they don’t reinvent

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Posted in Big Data, Cloud Computing, Crowdsourcing, Knowledge Management, Learning, LMS, Mobile Learning, Smartphones, Social Collaboration, Social Learning, Training

Impact of Cloud on Enterprise Learning

Whenever I speak to customers about implementing a new LMS or a mobile application, it takes very little to convince enterprise learning departments about cloud based solutions. It’s in fact preferred over a traditional implementation model. Here are four major

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Posted in Cloud Computing, Knowledge Management, Learning

Identifying Obstacles for Enterprise Learning

I recently read a study by Human Capital Media AdvisoryGroup on the role of Enterprise Learning in fostering Organizational Agility. This study was sponsored by Saba and you can download the report here. What drew my attention was the reasons

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Posted in Knowledge Management, Leadership, Learning

How to Work Better in the Intersection of Technology, Creativity and Media

Bob Lord, CEO of Razorfish, wrote an article recently outlining the five principles of convergence. This article is very much applicable for those of us in the learning and development domain. Here are some extracts. You can read the entire

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The Number 1 Challenge Faced by Training Departments

In my earlier post, i wrote about the 7 key problems that the training industry must address if it were to stay relevant in a changing world. Continuing on the same track, I would like to bring to your attention

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Posted in eLearning, Training

7 Problems That the Training Industry Must Address

John Medina, the author of the book, Brain Rules, says that the human brain is designed to help us survive in a outdoor environment while being in a state of motion. And if we were to design a learning environment

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Posted in Training

Impact of In-Memory Computing on Enterprise Learning

SAP and Oracle are both making big investments in in-memory computing. They are both moving forward in applying this technology to a variety of their product lines including their workforce management portfolio (SuccessFactors and Taleo respectively). So what is in-memory computing? As

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Posted in Big Data, Learning, Training

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