This week, we take a look at discussions happening around technology, including the role it plays in driving learning, the importance of making strategy-based decisions, and how you can leverage the right solutions to tackle real-world needs like engaging remote workforces.
Technology Choices Need to Be Strategic
Organizations of all types and sizes are increasingly turning to technology to streamline training programs and better serve their audiences. Yet for many L&D leaders, the most common problem continues to be strategic—aligning learning initiatives with business goals, operations, practices, and systems.
Tech Adoption Is Here to Stay
Keeping up with the pace of technological change is a need that doesn’t appear to be going anywhere anytime soon. According to a recent survey, technology adoption is the second most pressing challenge organizations face today and is expected to become the most common in five years.
How Can We Overcome Tech Paralysis?
With the quantity and variety of technology around us on a day-to-day basis, choosing solutions that will suit your needs over the short and long terms can seem daunting. What can you do now to identify and prioritize advancements that will best suit your needs?
3 Ways to Leverage Technology to Ensure Remote Employee Engagement
Remote work is now more common than ever. According to Buffer’s 2019 “State of Remote Work” report, 99% of people would like to work remotely, at least some of the time, for the rest of their careers. There are many benefits associated with remote work for both employees and employers. However, there are also challenges—mainly around ensuring remote employees stay engaged and have access to the same training opportunities as their in-office counterparts.