The skills gap is widening across many industries and organizations are struggling to find people with right skills set despite the availability of a large pool of candidates. Let's understand the truth behind skills gap through our infographic.
If you’re reading this then we probably have something in common…we both know what SCORM is for. But just in case this term is new to you, let’s get start by getting that definition out of the way.
e-Learning Best Practices, and why they can fail from the very start . . .
There are a lot of things that need to go right for your web based content to be successful. Some of them are easy to see. Like when a learner launches a course and the video refuses to play.
This is the second of two posts discussing the roots of the issue and a new strategy to address this stubborn problem. In part one, we talked about the roots of the skills gap and the
Employees benefit by a skills management system because they're provided with:
• A better understanding of quality proficiency related to their jobs
Some say it’s a myth; others, it’s a fact. Who’s right? They both are and training is both the obstacle and the answer.
It’s one of the more oft-heard discussions in businesses, statehouses, universities and technical schools and business
Successful implementation of a skills management within your Learning Management System (LMS) helps organizations to:
A) Execute business strategy by developing
Skills management is the practice of defining employee skills and jobs and capturing skills assessments for analysis. The results of this analysis are then used to develop and deploy people and their skills.