Flow of Work, Learner Engagement, and Learning Culture were the words we heard often in training forums and discussions. Since early 2020, these words have become more significant in the workplace. The reason you have been hearing more of these words lately is that they are used to describe an LXP and how it has
Introduction Customers of today are more well-informed and resourceful than ever before. In the information age, customers have access to product knowledge at their fingertips and expect sales personnel to be well-versed in their products and services. Proving Account Executives with the right resources to hone their skills and excel at their function is imperative.
LinkedIn’s 2020 Workplace Learning Report found Learning and Development (L&D) has no standardized measure of engagement. The term sticky learning itself was coined to make sense of how knowledge retention works within L&D programs. In fact, a staggering 24% of L&D professionals don’t measure learner engagement at all. To measure the “stickiness” of learning, they
“Data is the new oil.” This quote is originally ascribed to mathematician Clive Humby in 2006. But this quote got real traction when “The Economist” published a report in 2017 with the title “The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data”. The biggest companies in the world by net worth – Alphabet