Tag: learning

How Behavioral Economics Will Revolutionize Learning and Development

Behavioral economics is going to have a huge impact on education. It will reshape how learning and development is viewed and executed, providing opportunities for optimized talent management. L&D managers now have an opportunity to look deeper into human behavior and to innovate in the way they design training interventions.

By looking at people’s rational and irrational behaviors, there are opportunities to optimize learning and development. Today I will discuss some of the great opportunities behavioral economics (economía de comportamiento) provides to companies, designers and trainers.

Ciencias de comportamiento en desarrollo organizacional. Como desarrollar talento humano usando economía de comportamiento.

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4 Ways LMS Platforms Will Change Your SHRM Decisions on Talent Development

The 3rd Linked-In Workplace Learning report was recently released. Amongst the key findings was a widely expected increase in talent development budgets. Another trend: a 59% increase in budget spent on online learning compared to three years ago. The priority for most learning and development professionals is identifying and closing skills gaps and monitoring performance.

Learning Management System (LMS) platforms are a bridge between employers and employees. They are critical in helping organizations facilitate the learning of knowledge and skills their workforce needs. They are a key part in fostering organizational change.

LMS platforms are becoming ever more sophisticated. They are providing organizational leaders and L&D managers unique opportunities to tailor organizational learning experiences to meet current and future demands. Talent development decisions are made more regularly and managers need to react faster. Here are four ways LMS platforms will change SHRM decisions on talent development and management.

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Death by Analytics: Why Many Companies Get Analytics Wrong

Data Science has been hailed as the silver bullet. With lots of interesting data we can make accurate, fast-paced decisions. We can see what is really going on in our companies. At least that is the idea…

Learning and development (L&D) departments and organizational managers can use learning analytics, people analytics and workforce analytics to identify current and future training needs. But, using data comes with inherent dangers. Here I highlight 5 typical mistakes made with analytics that can cost organizations significantly.

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Keeping Up: 5 Key Trends in Organizational L&D in 2019

Over the years I have seen a number of changes when it comes to learning & development (L&D). Companies have employed a range of different techniques to meet the learning and training needs of their workforce.

In 2019, technology is playing a bigger role than ever. Here are five trends that we are observing in the marketplace and that companies should pay close attention to.

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Why Engineers Need Soft Skills… Period.

Today I talk about why I think soft skills cannot be ignored. Developing human abilities to work effectively with others is paramount. To do this, I share my experience from working with technology companies around the world.

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Soft-Skills for 2022: The Human Element of Innovation

UK-Mexico Soft-Skills consultant Tom Scott on in-demand soft-skills for 2022. Just how important are soft-skills in areas like innovation and creativity?
#innovación #talento #humano #desarrollo #habilidades #capacitación

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