eLearning Industry, the biggest source of news and information for eLearning professionals on the web, has once again picked out EduMe as a leader in the world of Learning Management Systems (LMS). This latest 2019 update to the list of the 20 best Learning Management Systems is the sixth year of the rankings.
Employee engagement is a critical component that leads teams to be high performing, which in turn leads to individual and organizational success.
Engagement is measured by employees’ feelings and behaviors, such as whether or not staff can articulate their organization’s purpose, how connected they feel to their peers, their leaders, and the work they perform, and how supported they feel on the job.
The workplace isn’t what it used to be. No longer can traditional definitions of blue and white collar jobs fit this modern world. At some point in the last week you’ve likely come across a freelancer or gig economy worker, whether you knew it or not.
When we talk about the gig economy usually one name comes to mind - Uber. At 4 million driver-partners worldwide, that makes the largest workforce operating under any one ‘company’.
Jobs are shifting into non-traditional industries. To positions that are not desk-based. We’ve got a shorter attention spans but more information to take in. Deloitte research shows that employees take less than 25 minutes of time to actually slow down and learn on a weekly basis. The people working are also different with new priorities and ways of doing things.
Whilst this is happening, there’s an ever increasing need to up-skill and re-skill people to stay competitive and to ensure that company objectives are met. These are some of the challenges that Workforce Success sets out to address.
On Thursday 11th July we’ll be attending the Learning Technologies Summer Forum at the ExCeL Centre in London.
Microlearning has established itself as a meaningful practice in the learning and development world. Microlearning is not just a trend, and has proven to be an effective means of delivering content to learners during their moment of need
Do you agree that it should be easier to connect with a workforce that's distributed, busy, tech savvy and customer facing? So do we and we are hard at work breaking down barriers for companies to share relevant information with their staff in a way that fits into the patterns of work and at the time it's actually needed.
“The most rewarding moments are when it clicks with the young women and you see the shine in their eyes. It’s so gratifying when you hear them talk about the power the training has given to change their lives, the impact for their professional life, and how it gives them the ability to communicate with their families.”
Our flexible API enables you to automate the most common tasks to ensure smooth delivery of your training program.
It also allows you to set triggers to personalise content delivery so learners receive relevant content at exactly the right time to deliver most value to your business.
Here is a quick guide to the main methods of making sure that your learners can easily access the learning they deserve with EduMe.
Where and how we work is changing rapidly. This is mainly driven by three seismic changes coming together at the same time: 50% of the global workforce will be mobile by 2020, 75% of the workforce will be made up of millennials by 2025 and they way we consume information and communicate has fundamentally changed with the advent of the smartphone. How does this impact how companies motivate and engage their workforce and what does the future of workforce learning look like?
My personal highlight from the UNLEASH conference was practical advice shared by an LBS professor on how to create a sense of belonging in today’s decentralised world.
Read on to find out how companies can adapt to technological, societal and demographic change to ensure that their people are engaged and feel a sense of loyalty & belonging.
Working with our clients across five continents has reinforced the importance of creating targeted courses to suit local demands.
When localising your course it’s essential to design your content with the learner in mind. Translation is the backbone of localisation however there are further steps to take to adapt to local needs. We explore further here …