Do you really need to ‘build’ a learning culture? Or do you actually need to work out how and where learning is happening at the workplace and shape the culture
Ever Googled something and ended up on an article from ten or more years ago? It’s dated, the format’s difficult to digest and it quickly becomes a tricky read –
Obviously, you’ve not been fully absorbed by Absorb! Otherwise, you wouldn’t be here! Whether you’ve already tried it out and you’re ready for a change or you’re on the fence
Hands up if you’ve ever seen a remote meeting in your calendar and thought ‘this is the perfect time to catch up on…’ or ‘I’ll just mute myself and tick
Nobody puts Cornerstone in the corner! Wait, that’s not completely right. If you’re here, then you might be ready to review alternatives to that particular LMS, or you’re looking at
You’re standing in a supermarket with a shelf of similar-looking soft drinks in front of you, you can’t base your decision on taste, so you go by the best packaging.
When it comes to your L&D strategy, you’ve got two options: do things the way they’ve always been done or create an environment where people actually love to learn! People
We’ve not got a crystal ball, but we’re guessing that you’ve either used SAP Litmos or had a look at it, and it’s not done quite enough to convince you.
Looking at LearnUpon? Maybe you’ve already given it a go and decided it’s not the LMS for you? Whatever drove you to this post, we’re here to help! We’ll talk
Degreed not what you need? Or has someone planted the seed that there’s a better way to lead your learning culture? Whatever led you to this point, you’ll be pleased
So, Docebo’s caught your eye but it’s not quite captured your heart? That’s okay, learning love at first sight is a real thing, and you’ll know the right platform when
Without sounding like a bad Cher tribute act, what if you could learn back time? If you could find a way of accessing information when you need it and reinvesting