Social Learning, Collaborative Learning or Peer Learning... it doesn't matter. The important thing is to keep the human dimension of learning in contexts that are constantly evolving and being digitized by providing real development opportunities based on people.
What’s complicated about competencies and skills in general is that no one has a clue on how to approach them holistically. Systematically rationalizing competencies within an organization in a “competency-based learning” approach is complex and requires methodical thinking.
As part of a broader shift in the world of work, many companies are now seriously considering the issue of learning culture. They are recognizing the role it has played in building a more resilient, flexible and forward-looking company.
Creating a consistent onboarding experience is a challenge, no matter the size of your company. Whether it’s the first or the thousandth new employee, they need to get up to speed on how your company works, and quickly.
Learning Analytics is about leveraging a framework for systematically collecting, processing, enriching, analyzing and visualizing data generated by a learning ecosystem to address concrete business learning issues.
It's no secret that the amount of information and content available for free on the Internet is increasing dramatically. And while this free content is now ingrained in our habits, it can sometimes be difficult to find and rationalize it all.
This architecture has as main goal to move organizations from a content-centric to a user-centric model. It also makes it possible to interrupt learning as well as supporting decision and finally, to take into account the all learning experiences (multi-modality).