Increasing employee retention among distributed teams through skills-based training and strong company influencers
Arguably, the top 2020 HR trend is hiring distributed teams. Wework defines distributed teams as teams that “are composed of employees who work remotely from all around the world rather than being centralized at a single physical headquarters.
On February 11, 2020, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey shared plans to hire less staff in the Bay Area working towards a more distributed workforce. Jack Dorsey has long been an advocate for a distributed workforce¹, but how do organizations best support remote or distributed teams, ensure that they are productive, happy and identify with the company culture and values?
Moving beyond the hype- we are taking on a critical view of the biggest trend in Edtech today: Adaptive learning solutions. We are weighing in the pros and cons so that you can evaluate whether your company or institution should opt for an LMS that enables adaptive learning.
In an LXP, content is automatically created according to employees’ previous knowledge and focusing on gaining skills and competences to fill in their individual knowledge gaps.
Shifting employee experience to the core of corporate learning, the Learning Experience Platform (LXP) is the new black.