If you’ve noticed more employees accessing the corporate network using their personally owned mobile devices, you’re not alone. Many employees are boosting their productivity by using their smartphones and tablets at work.
Gone are the days of corporate IT departments dictating the types of mobile devices that could access the network. Bring your own device (BYOD) policies, while increasing employee satisfaction and productivity, are straining corporate networks.
This white paper describes the limitations of legacy networks, especially for supporting BYOD. Understanding these limitations can pave the way for a successful BYOD management policy for campus and branch networks.
Published By: Quantum
Published Date: Jan 24, 2017
Is your organization ready to take the plunge into in-house video production? The benefits can be substantial, but making the move requires some preparation. The IT infrastructure you use for enterprise applications might not be able to meet the rigorous requirements of video production. And you might not want video production teams to use resources from your existing infrastructure, since doing so could affect the performance of other applications. Whether you’re just getting started with in-house video or ramping up production, consider these five best practices for building an IT environment optimized for video work. The right approach to IT is essential for developing efficient collaborative workflows and maximizing the value of your video content.
For decades, learning in a corporate environment consisted of a day or a week of classroom-based training. However, technological advances delivered on the promise of a more complex learning protocol with automated, virtual, and experiential elements. At Connections 2014, SilkRoad’s annual user conference, a panel of learning professionals convened to discuss five major learning themes this year, including integration, mobility, engagement, compliance, and analytics.
It’s a new day for corporate training and those who manage learning functions. Today, traditional training programs aren’t enough to meet growing demands for better company performance, consistent compliance, changing employee expectations, and cost control.
The top clients of enterprise language learning companies consist of global companies that recognize the value of multilingual employees. While companies understand the necessity of language learning, there is room for improvement in incorporating language learning into corporate culture. This report looks at what companies are doing in the realm of language learning, to understand what best-in-class organizations are doing, and to provide businesses aspiring to be truly successful on a global stage with strategies for incorporating language learning into their business model.
Forbes Insights and Rosetta Stone surveyed 214 executives around the globe to find out if and how companies are training their employees to speak and work in more languages and what impact that training has on both the employees and the company. In addition, the narrative is rounded out with in-depth interviews with executives and experts.
HR, corporate development, and employee training are rapidly approaching a new reality that’s as much science fact as science fiction. “Human Learning is About to Change Forever,” a white paper we researched in partnership with Cisco, shares nine bold predictions about how technology will impact employee training and leadership development.
Forbes Insights surveyed senior executives at leading US companies to learn how language abilities impact individual and organizational success. The results indicate that corporate leaders see multilingual employees and language-training programs as critical ingredients to success in the global economy.
Learning content is an investment and with most companies having a portfolio of over $18 million tied up in content, this represents a significant investment. Unfortunately, this investment depreciates at an alarming rate. In fact, most content is completely unusable for any number of reasons after only four years.
Infopro Learning has created a guide that helps companies to extend the shelf life of their content using a modernization strategy. This strategy not only applies to the one-time effort of updating legacy content, but it also provides information about how to future-proof new content. In addition, companies that follow the modernization strategy can significantly decrease content production costs and timelines by leveraging evergreen content that already exists in their training portfolio.
In the U.S. alone, companies spend more than $15 billion annually on leadership training programs. Yet, 71 percent of organizations do not feel that their leaders are prepared to lead their organizations into the future. Download this guide to learn how to help leaders adapt to evolving business challenges.
As the benefits of investment in Learning and Development continue to be signaled to the market, Chief Learning Officers and leaders of learning organizations will be taking center-stage in the transformation of their organization. In addition, companies spent just over $180 billion on corporate training last year, putting immense pressure on training leaders to show return on investment.
With the spotlight on, these CLOs and other leaders of learning organizations will be measured across three core levers; transforming the business performance of learners, creating learning experiences that engage learners, and improving the operational efficiency of the organization.
Download The Three Levers of a Successful CLO to learn the first step in aligning yourself with the three levers that business find most important.
Your employees are also online consumers of information and entertainment. You can maximize enterprise learning by applying practices from the new generation of information delivery, while keeping the best of the old-school approaches.
Those businesses that have actively fostered deployment of e-learning into all points of the enterprise are now in the enviable position of experiencing geometrically increasing levels of operational and strategic efficiency. And those corporate learning officers and training managers that went through the arduous process of developing a business case in support of e-learning are now key strategic players in their organizations.
Published By: newrow_
Published Date: Jan 29, 2015
Corporate training programs must be modified to resonate with Millennials, and the first step in doing so is understanding how technology has changed this generation’s behaviors. To better engage, onboard, attract and retain Millennial talent, here are three ways companies can structure their training initiatives to meet our future workforce’s unique learning and working style.
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Dec 18, 2014
While corporate training and education programs may seem to some like standard internal HR functions, their impact is vast. These programs not only support employee growth and career development, which improves satisfaction and retention; they also provide new product knowledge, upgrade skills and ultimately improve corporate productivity. With that said, like any other cost center, corporate training departments are facing increasing pressure from above to provide higher, more measurable returns on investment and “do more with less” in the form of shrinking training and travel budgets. They are also being asked to minimize the time employees spend undergoing training, to increase productivity. To achieve this, trainers are embracing new forms of learning to deliver training and development. This paper discusses the 5 benefits of Video Collaboration in Corporate Training.
Establishing compliance training requirements has always been difficult, but given recent changes to the regulatory and corporate work environments, the costs of failure are now more significant. To help companies get their training curricula right, CEB created a step-by-step guide to building a truly effective compliance training curriculum: one that reduces risk.