NASSCOM Partners with EdCast to Launch FutureSkills Platform to Upskill 2M IT Workers

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NASSCOM Partners with EdCast to Launch FutureSkills Platform to Upskill 2M IT Workers

The National Association of Software and Services Companies, known as NASSCOM, has announced an exciting initiative called FutureSkills to re-skill and upskill the global IT workforce, targeting million of workers in India and around the world. The initiative is backed by member firms, including Boston Consulting Group, TCS, Infosys, Accenture, Genpact, Google, Quatrro, NIIT, Wipro, Microsoft ITC Infotech among others, and is powered by EdCast’s Knowledge Cloud platform.

NASSCOM, a not-for-profit industry association established in 1988, is the apex body for the IT industry in India, an industry that continues to make a great contributions to India’s GDP, exports, employment, infrastructure and global visibility. NASSCOM’s more than 2,200 members constitute 90% of the Indian IT industry’s revenue and have enabled the association to spearhead initiatives at local, national and global levels, including FutureSkills.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the platform via video conference during the inaugural session of the World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT)-2018.

The industry body also signed an MOU with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology to provide financial support and strengthen the reskilling initiatives. Minister for IT and Law, Ravi Shankar Prasad, declined to specify the quantum of financial support but stressed that the project was important for the country.

“Even if a technology destroys ten jobs, it will create 100 jobs. This reskilling platform will help manage that transition,” Minister Prasad said at a press conference. He highlighted the need to manage such skill transitions in a manner that causes the least disruption.

As newer technologies begin to account for as much as a quarter of Indian IT’s revenue, companies have been focused on attempting to retrain employees whose skills might otherwise become obsolete.

EdCast, known for its award-winning Knowledge Cloud for unified discovery, knowledge management and personalized learning experience, was selected as the platform to power the FutureSkills initiative. Its advanced AI-driven infrastructure provides personalized, automatically-delivered content and insights, relevant for users accessible on any device. EdCast’s solution will reach the growing market need for technology-focused upskilling. EdCast was also recently selected to be the knowledge and learning platform powering another upskilling initiative launched with the World Economic Forum in Davos announced last month.

Webinar: From Micro Credentials to Master’s Degrees

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From Micro-credentials to Master’s Degrees: How Technology is Transforming Corporate Learning Solutions

Technology is profoundly changing the way we live, work, learn, and share knowledge. As traditional university degree programs transcend the classroom and are digitally available to learners around the world, enterprises too must move beyond reliance on classroom-based, instructor-led “training” and inconsistent user experiences.  By leveraging online, digital learning platforms and content designed for busy, mobile people, enterprises can boost engagement, learning, and sharing at scale, while also improving the ROI on learning investments.  

Join us on Feb. 28 at 11a PT/2 p ET for a discussion on how learning technology is changing the face of business and how you can best incorporate online learning into your organization.  Led by Lee Rubenstein, edX’s Vice President of Business Development, learn about how micro-credentials are important to self-directed learning environments and how to best maximise their value.

Patty Robertson, Chief Knowledge Officer at EdCast, will join Lee to discuss today’s technology that is fueling learning transformation and personalized learning initiatives driven by AI for any organization.

Discussion topics include:

  • The promise of digital learning and how technology can transform people development making it easier to discover, access, upskill, earn credentials, and share knowledge
  • What are micro-credentials and how to maximize their value?
  • How to build & fuel adoption of a digital learning ecosystem
  • How to get started in your organization

Register for this information-packed webinar to review these concepts in more detail.

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WEF Announces Partnership with EdCast to Upskill Global Workforce

World Economic Forum Announces Partnership with EdCast to Upskill Global Workforce

1 Million Workers Targeted in Tech-Reskilling Drive

  • First ever IT industry initiative to bring competitive training content together on one platform to serve the greater good
  • Initiative targeting 1 million people for training and resource opportunities on the World Economic Forum SkillSET portal
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 Davos, Switzerland, 23 January 2018 – The World Economic Forum launched the IT Industry Skills Initiative to meet the global skills gap challenge and address job displacement arising from automation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The initiative is committed to reaching 1 million people with resources and training opportunities on the SkillSET portal by January 2021.

The initiative was conceived by the Forum’s IT Governors community under the chairmanship of Chuck Robbins, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Cisco. The founding partners are Accenture, CA Technologies, Cisco, Cognizant, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Infosys, Pegasystems, PwC, Salesforce, SAP and Tata Consultancy Services.

“We need responsive solutions and coordination from all parts of society – governments, citizens and private industry alike – to re-envision an educational system based on lifelong learning that can fully prepare workers for the jobs of the future,” said Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum. “This initiative is a clear example of industry leaders taking concerted, collective action to address a major social challenge at scale.”

According to a World Economic Forum report on workforce reskilling, one in four adults reported a mismatch between the skills they have and the skills they need for their current job. Therefore, enabling and empowering workers to transform and update their skills is a key concern for businesses and societies across the globe.

“In our dynamic world, technology has opened up many avenues for growth. However, we are also seeing how innovations such as artificial intelligence and automation can impact the workforce. It is important for all of us to recognize that without the talent we need, none of us would be successful,” said Chuck Robbins, Chairman and CEO, Cisco. “This initiative brings together the capabilities and strengths of all of our companies to help educate the high-skilled workers needed for jobs now and into the future. It is our obligation to make sure that people with jobs across every industry are given the means to learn new skills and remain competitive.”

The coalition has created a free platform of online tools to streamline the process of reskilling adults. The initial iteration of the portal will be available in April 2018.

To empower people to address fast-changing skill requirements, initiative partner companies are opening up key elements of their individual training libraries into one centralized portal. Users will have access, free of charge, to the most up-to-date, self-paced training materials from leading global IT companies, ranging from general business skills to introductory digital literacy to more advanced topics such as cybersecurity, big data or internet of things. The portal will offer a tailored Skills Assessment, developed by PwC, and based on the Fourth Industrial Revolution skills research, to help users determine which coursework and/or learning pathways best fit their current skillset and learning goals.

In creating this platform, the coalition hopes to recast continued education to a more engaging, ongoing and educationally reaffirming experience. They also hope to motivate adults of all backgrounds to use the platform, especially those from low-resource communities or under-represented groups who have historically had less access to the IT industry. SkillSET is hosted on the award-winning EdCast AI-powered Knowledge Cloud platform, accessible to anyone using desktop or mobile versions.

The coalition, which continues to add members, will be working over the next few months to develop tools and processes intended to address many of the barriers that prevent adults from reskilling or successfully completing trainings. The initiative will initially target the US market, with plans to scale to other geographies and build industry and public-sector partnerships in 2018 and beyond. Under the chairmanship of Mike Gregoire, Chief Executive Officer, CA Technologies, the coalition will report on progress at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2019.

The World Economic Forum’s 48th Annual Meeting will take place on 23-26 January 2018 in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland. Three thousand leaders from around the world will gather in a collaborative effort to shape the global, regional and industry agendas, with a commitment to improve the state of the world.

The Annual Meeting brings together governments, international organizations, business, civil society, cultural leaders, media, foremost experts and the young generation from all over the world, at the highest level and in representative ways. For further information, click here.

Founding Partners Speak Out:

Pierre Nanterme, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Accenture: “People need innovative ways to learn new skills in order to remain relevant and adaptive as the pace of technology change accelerates. For example, AI offers enormous opportunities for growth, but success will increasingly depend on humans collaborating with intelligent technologies. By accessing a broad range of ‘new skilling’ techniques, people will be better placed to work with machines and help businesses pivot to new growth models.”

Michael Gregoire, Chief Executive Officer, CA Technologies: “Technology is both the tool and the canvas and carries the huge promise of improving how we live and work. The counter side, however, is some degree of wariness by those who fear it disrupting their livelihoods, which is both understandable and expected. We are focused on a large-scale, proactive solution that encourages continuing education to empower and inspire today’s and tomorrow’s workforce. We must engage with technology in a way that creates new opportunities, both at an individual level and in the aggregate.”

Francisco D’Souza, Chief Executive Officer, Cognizant Technology Solutions: “The workplace issue of the 21st century is a worldwide shortage of qualified technology talent driven by a massive skills gap, which we must address together on a global scale. The pace of technological change has education systems struggling to keep up in delivering learning experiences that are relevant, immersive and readily available as workers seek to expand their skills. The future of talent development depends on new models, ways of thinking and initiatives like this one that engage individuals as lifelong learners and provide them with opportunities for continuous reinvention.”

Salil Parekh, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Infosys Ltd: “Our relevance, in an increasingly digital future, will depend on our ability to learn and evolve lifelong at the pace of technology. Democratizing digital literacy is an essential first step to make technology a force for good that moves us all forward.” 

Alan Trefler, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Pegasystems Inc.: “Throughout history, we’ve seen technological advancement bring both opportunities and challenges as society adapts. With technology so central to how we live and work today, it’s critical that we enable people to acquire the skills required to be successful and to help society move forward in a positive direction.

Robert E. Moritz, Global Chairman, PwC International, PwC: “All over the world, people are asking themselves how they are going to prepare for their future, whether it’s a new job, new responsibilities, or needed new skills. By working together across the public and private sectors, our hope is to enable new opportunities for people to carve their own paths, develop new skills, and future-proof themselves. By sharing our Skills Assessment, we believe more people around the world will be empowered to learn and grow professionally throughout their lives.”

Keith Block, Vice-Chairman and President, Inc.: “As the Fourth Industrial Revolution spurs incredible innovation, it is our responsibility as business leaders to ensure that the benefits created by this opportunity – now and in the future – are accessible to all.”

Bill McDermott, Chief Executive Officer, SAP: “Our focus on building digital skills will unleash amazing potential in dreamers from all backgrounds. Instead of fearing automation, we should be optimistic about the exciting possibilities when people and machines work together. Bigger than artificial intelligence, we are entering a new frontier of ‘augmented humanity’.”

Rajesh Gopinathan, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Tata Consultancy Services Ltd: With the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, enterprises are leveraging the combined effect of emerging technologies to transform their businesses. Employees will also have to transform their skills and adopt newer ways of working to participate in today’s opportunities that are as enormous as in any of the previous generations. It is important for enterprises to make investments in reskilling and upskilling employees and prepare them for digital-age careers.”

Watch Marc Benioff, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Inc., Elton John, Singer, Composer and Founder, Elton John AIDS Foundation, Chuck Robbins, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Cisco Systems Inc.Jean-Pascal Tricoire, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Schneider Electric, Ginni Rometty, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, IBM Corporation, Jes Staley, Group Chief Executive Officer, BarclaysBruce Broussard, President and Chief Executive Officer, Humana Inc., Ruth Porat, Senior Vice-President; Chief Financial Officer, AlphabetHiroaki Nakanishi, Executive Chairman, Hitachi Ltd, and many, many more influential leaders speak on the most urgent challenges the world is facing.

Visit the World Economic Forum site for more details.

WEF Davos 2018 Live Stream

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Watch the 2018 World Economic Forum Live from Davos:

Watch Marc Benioff, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Inc., Elton John, Singer, Composer and Founder, Elton John AIDS Foundation, Chuck Robbins, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Cisco Systems Inc.Jean-Pascal Tricoire, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Schneider Electric, Ginni Rometty, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, IBM Corporation, Jes Staley, Group Chief Executive Officer, BarclaysBruce Broussard, President and Chief Executive Officer, Humana Inc., Ruth Porat, Senior Vice-President; Chief Financial Officer, AlphabetHiroaki Nakanishi, Executive Chairman, Hitachi Ltd, and many, many more influential leaders speak on the most urgent challenges the world is facing.

The global context has changed dramatically: geostrategic fissures have re-emerged on multiple fronts with wide-ranging political, economic and social consequences. Realpolitik is no longer just a relic of the Cold War. Economic prosperity and social cohesion are not one and the same. The global commons cannot protect or heal itself.

Politically, new and divisive narratives are transforming governance. Economically, policies are being formulated to preserve the benefits of global integration while limiting shared obligations such as sustainable development, inclusive growth and managing the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Socially, citizens yearn for responsive leadership; yet, a collective purpose remains elusive despite ever-expanding social networks. All the while, the social contract between states and their citizens continues to erode.

The 48th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting therefore aims to rededicate leaders from all walks of life to developing a shared narrative to improve the state of the world. The programme, initiatives and projects of the meeting are focused on Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World. By coming together at the start of the year, we can shape the future by joining this unparalleled global effort in co-design, co-creation and collaboration. The programme’s depth and breadth make it a true summit of summits.

Visit the World Economic Forum site for more details.

Webinar: 4 Keys to Maximizing Customer Success for SaaS Customers

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WEBINAR – 4 Keys to Maximizing Customer Success for SaaS Customers

Register for this webinar on Thur., March 29 at 11a PT / 2p ET.

Leading SaaS (Software as a Service) companies understand a critical area for driving revenue growth today: Customer Success. Software businesses that grow fast do so as a result of strong land-and-expand business models that depend on upselling and growing business from existing clients. What can your company do to measure and maximize Customer Success? What metrics are best? What are four key “Must Do” techniques companies can adopt to to quickly drive improvements?

Join Nick Mehta, CEO of Gainsight, and Phil Levinson, Vice President at EdCast’s GuideMe, as they discuss maximizing customer success with critical steps and processes designed specifically for SaaS organizations. Both Nick and Phil have written extensively on customer success and sales-related topics, and this webinar will showcase the most current best practices.

Nick Mehta’s book: Customer Success: How Innovative Companies Are Reducing Churn and Growing Recurring Revenue

Discussion topics include:

  • The most critical step needed for strong customer success outcomes
  • Scaling customer communications
  • Using online and in-app training to enhance customer success
  • Measuring customer success improvements

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Webinar: Upskilling for Digital Transformation

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WEBINAR – Upskilling for Successful Digital Transformation

Register for this webinar on Wed., March 7 at 10a PT / 1p ET.

As organizations undergo digital transformation of processes, procedures and protocols, one part is often missing: people. There is so much focus on the tools and technologies required to make this shift and what it means for the business, but companies are finding themselves with skills gaps in order to make the most of the transformation.

Learning and HR departments should be stepping up in a couple of ways. First, companies need a strategy to upskill their people for a new digital environment. Second, learning and HR teams need to undergo this transformation as well, acquiring new skillsets that keep them ahead of the curve.

Join David Wentworth, Principal Learning Analyst at Brandon Hall Group, and Becky Willis, Vice President of Enterprise Engagement from EdCast as they discuss the impact digital transformation will have on learning and HR, both from a delivery and strategy perspective.

Discussion topics include:

  • Digital transformation
  • Upskilling the workforce
  • Digitizing learning
  • New learning skills and tools

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Webinar: Learning Transformation – What Every Enterprise Needs

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WEBINAR – Learning Transformation: What Every Enterprise Needs to Know to Be Ready

It’s 2018, and the world of Learning and Development is changing fast. Available technology allows HR and knowledge teams to improve the efficiency of training, apply more focus on business results, and provide a better learning experience. Let’s discuss how to apply this learning transformation to your organization.

Register for this webinar on Wed., Feb. 7 at 10a PT / 1p ET led by Ed Trolley, NIIT’s Senior Vice President of Consulting and Advisory Services and co-author of the best-selling book, Running Training Like A Business, to discuss learning transformation. He will talk about why transformation is important and offer up a transformation framework and set of “Must Dos”. In the end, you will hopefully conclude that “the view is worth the climb.”

Max Meadow, Managing Director of Consulting Services at EdCast, will join Ed to discuss some of today’s technology that is fueling learning transformation and what that means for your organization in 2018 and beyond.

Register for this exceptional webinar to discuss these concepts in more detail.

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Ed TrolleyEdward Trolley is SVP of Consulting and Advisory Services for NIIT. He is widely recognized for having started the training outsourcing industry when he orchestrated the first comprehensive training outsourcing deal between DuPont and The Forum Corporation in 1993. He has orchestrated more comprehensive training outsourcing relationships than anyone on the planet.

Mr. Trolley is co-author of the book, Running Training Like A Business: Delivering Unmistakable Value, published by Berrett-Koehler. He is also a contributing author to three ASTD published books, Building Learning Capability Through Outsourcing, Lies About Learning and More Lies About Learning.

Max Meadow is the Managing Director of Consulting Services at EdCast.

Max has over 25 years of experience in delivering learning projects in a variety of industries and companies from medium-sized businesses to global enterprises. Max has over 6 years’ experience with research in the Human Capital space, serving as head of consulting for both Brandon Hall Group and Bersin & Associates. Prior to Brandon Hall Group, Max held senior positions in Slalom Consulting, Bersin (Bersin by Deloitte), Deloitte, Saba, and RWD Technologies (GP Strategies).

Blended Digital Learning to Make Classroom Training Stick

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How to Use Blended Digital Learning to Make Classroom Training Stick

With all this talk about digital learning, many people are asking “Is Instructor-led Training dead?” Of course not.

We can address the forgetting curve and provide solutions before, during and after class, just by blending in aspects of digital learning. With the tools readily available to us today, we can make ILT/VILT stick.

But how?  

Let’s start by covering some basics. The reality of Instructor Led Training (ILT) and Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) is that they typically cram a lot of learning into a short time. A typical example would be a two-day ILT class or a 4-half day VILT class that builds a skill. In that time, an instructor will introduce many new concepts and new ideas. Even with great exercises, there is a lot to learn and remember. Many studies show that retention  drops quickly after classroom training.

How can we make it better?

Digital learning gives us the tools to blend formal, informal, and experiential learning. It also provides an easy way for a designer to prep, communicate and reinforce skills on a topic.  Bottom line: shorter class time, more reinforcement and better learning. Instructors can evolve from lecturers into coaches. With a blended approach, micro learning and personalized approach, learners learn better and even develop a learning habit.

How does an Instructional Designer or a Learning Program Manager move to that goal?

First of all, incorporation a solution to make “training” stick can be accomplished  gradually.  There are basically three steps:

First, keep the current classroom structure as is and append spaced learning and reinforcements to the end, using digital learning tools. This is a simple way to transition. Gradually, start adding pre-work that provides microlearning with the key concepts, preferably with assessments.  The valuable time in-class then becomes valuable experiential learning with practice and coaching.

Second, formalize the flipped classroom. Learners take modular courses on the topic, with assessments at the end of each. Then, in the classroom (face-to-face or virtual), they use the time to practice and get coaching. More exercises and reminders follow the class. Reinforcing experiential learning builds better skills.

Lastly, the cohort can be moved to a full digital experience. Timed components can be assigned to a group (cohort) and they work together with a coach in a social network. As before, reinforcements, practice and reminders reduce the forgetting curve.  Now, the instructors are coaches and the learners’ expectations are met.

To fully implement more digital learning components, add in Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and/or Influencer content and connections. Take advantage of the tacit knowledge in the company. Think about what can be accomplished in a blend of informal/formal content from inside and outside of the company. Remember, instructors make great coaches and mentors. All of these efforts build skills, reward SMEs and add practice.

Of course, it helps if you have technology that allows easy integration of all of the training elements and systems to personalize the experience. As always, providing your learners with a good user experience will drive engagement.


EdCast’s Award-winning Year

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EdCast’s Award-winning Year

2017 has been a year of overcoming significant challenges and reaching new heights for EdCast. There have been new, exciting developments with the EdCast Learning Experience Platform (LXP), many visionary clients added, GuideMe changing the landscape of in-app training tools, and a host of awards that which have humbled us. Here is a sample of the awards that EdCast were recognized with this year:

Talented Learning Award_Learning Tech Innovation 2017EdCast was named the #1 Learning Tech Innovator of 2017 by Talented Learning. “They’re changing the way the industry thinks about learning technology and best practices,” states John Leh, CEO and Chief Analyst at Talented Learning. Read the full article here.

Comparably ranked all of the top CEO in the USA and EdCast’s Founder and CEO, Karl Mehta, made the list for Small- and Mid-sized companies. “The executives included in Comparably’s annual Best CEOs list ranked among the highest rated leaders across thousands of CEOs. Karl Mehta’s inclusion on the list reflects EdCast’s place among the great teams and company cultures these leaders try to foster,” says Jason Nazar, CEO of Read more in USA Today.

Talented Learning Award_Thought Leader_HonorableEdCast was given the 1st Honorable Mention on the LMS Thought Leaders list by Talented Learning. “With more than 700 LMS vendors vying for business today, the learning technology echo chamber can be deafening. But some vendor voices consistently rise above the expected in ways that deserve a buyer’s attention. We think those vendors deserve our attention, as well,” states John Leh, CEO and Chief Analyst at Talented Learning. Read the full article here.

Training Industry top 20Training Industry announces EdCast as a 2017 Top 20 Online Learning Library Company in 2017. “This list was created to aid organizations in identifying the best resources for high quality, on-demand learning content and solutions. The organizations that qualified for this list show tremendous diversity in their course offerings while also providing innovative features and analytics that meet the need of modern learning and development,” said Ken Taylor, president of Training Industry, Inc.

Gold Brandon HallEdCast won a Gold Award for excellence in the Best Unique or Innovative Learning and Development Program category from the Brandon Hall Group. “Excellence Award winners symbolize the power and impact that Human Capital Management practices can have on a business or on any organization,” said Rachel Cooke, Chief Operating Officer of Brandon Hall Group and head of the awards program. “Many organizations can have great HCM initiatives, but the standard of excellence only applies for organizations whose HCM practices truly benefit the business. That’s what the Excellence Awards program stands for.”


CIO Review named EdCast as one of the Most Promising Digital Transformation Solution Providers in 2017. The article that appeared in the December 2017 edition states, “The solution leverages artificial intelligence and machine learning that helps businesses increase productivity with personalized learning experiences and contextual insights.”

Just a sample of the awards and accolades we received this year are listed here. We are truly honored by the acceptance EdCast has received in the marketplace and from industry analysts. We are blazing new trails with AI-driven knowledge tools to improve personalization and solve the content discovery problem, so organizations can get more out of their training efforts.

Thanks to the hard work of the entire EdCast team, we have come a long way this past year, and we look forward to continuing the journey in 2018 and beyond.

Digital Learning as 2017 Closes

2017 Digital LearningDigital Learning as 2017 Closes

December is always a crazy month – a lot to do in a short time.  It is also a time for reflection.

One of the topics high on my list to reflect upon is:  where are we with Digital Learning?  For me, this has been a journey over a couple of years with a bit of turmoil, lots of innovation and change.  But, wow, exciting!  I feel that I am in the center of the swirl.  Time to look at all those colors and take stock.

Personally, I have seen some of my opinions shift this year.  Chiefly, I see the value of a blended content solving multiple needs.  I see how addressing the moment of need is critical and how we can build skills, knowledge and drive engagement while meeting learner expectations.

I recently reviewed a slide on the modern learner that Josh Bersin, Founder and Principal of Bersin by Deloitte, presented a couple of years ago.  It placed learners in the center of an overwhelmed, busy, impatient environment, looking out to the  new world.  Josh created that in 2015 and it is even more true today.  Our audience has new expectations.  As learning professionals, we need to let go and guide self directed learning.  OK, great, but how?  How do we respond to the plethora of content; how do we deliver to the learner’s expectations; how do we blend what we know (ILT, VILT, elearning) and the new (micro, informal, external)?  How do we still build skills?

That brings me to the new digital learning world.  A place where we can do all of that and more.  We can do it better with these strategies:

  • Curate:  Find, filter and blend the best content
  • Personalize: Deliver the right solution to the right person
  • Aggregate:  Whitelist, blacklist content. blend modalities and allow machines to help
  • Engage:  Pull tacit, informal knowledge from people within the company
  • Context:  Put knowledge where you need it, when you need it.

I could write pages on each of these bullets.  I love to talk about  how you integrate them and make them work to create the learning environment you need.  Yes, there is tech involved, but there is a whole lot more.  In the past several years we have evolved.  We see the disruption and we have a strategy.  

Corporate Learning has moved into digital learning and we are all stepping up to new skills, new ways of operating and new strategies.  

It is going to be a fun 2018!