Mike Buoy, Area Vice President, and Chris Kocher, Senior Solutions Architect, will illuminate the transformative power of data in driving clarity and success in your L&D endeavors.
We’re all being asked to do more with less. But any significant increase in efficiency — like doubling content development capacity without adding headcount — requires challenging the status quo. In this webinar, Leslie Farinella, Chief Strategy Officer explains how to double your content development output.
If you ask large-enterprise learning leaders how much of their content they translate, a surprising number will reply, “Not as much as we should.” The
The ASAE Annual Meeting is an eagerly awaited event that brings professionals from diverse industries together, fostering knowledge sharing, networking, and the exploration of new
The learning industry is abuzz with the exciting possibilities brought by Artificial Intelligence (AI). Despite the advancements in AI, many organizations still face challenges sustaining
In this Training Industry Webinar, Leslie Farinella, Chief Strategy Officer at Xyleme, and other industry leaders gave key insights on how to effectively measure the impact of training to improve your training programs and drive business performance.
This year marked an exhilarating first for our Xyleme team as we attended the highly-anticipated Training Industry Conference and Expo (TICE), hosted by Training Industry.
Join us for this complimentary Training Industry Webinar, sponsored by Xyleme. Your hosts from Xyleme, Mike Buoy, Area Vice President, and Chris Kocher, Senior Solutions
If you’re in the learning and development (L&D) industry, you know how important it is to stay up-to-date with the latest trends, technologies, and best
The world of sales is constantly evolving, and it’s important for sales teams to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and strategies. However, traditional training
In the iconic movie, “Back to the Future,” the protagonist, Marty McFly, travels through time to alter his future and ultimately shape his destiny. Similarly, learning and development initiatives allow employees to shape their own “future” by acquiring new knowledge, skills, and experiences that can help them grow and advance in their careers.
In today’s fast-paced world, the global economy is in a state of flux, and economic uncertainty and volatility are at an all-time high. The need for agility and adaptability is greater than ever, making it essential for organizations to invest in learning and development (L&D) to remain competitive and keep up with the pace of intelligent content development.
Our Teams have been traveling to conferences all over the country and the UK these past couple of months. The learning industry is evolving at a rapid pace, and with that comes new technology and solutions to help meet the needs of enterprise organizations. We have had the opportunity to attend Learning Solutions, Learning Technologies, and more to come.
L&D has a critical role to play in an employeeâ€™s experience, growth, tenure, and success, and yet many enterprises are struggling to provide the scale and speed required to keep up with the requests for new learning programs.Â Â
We did not need the World Health Organization (WHO) to declare that Covid is no longer a global health emergency â€” the large crowds and engagement at London Learning Technology last week proved it. There were clearly a lot of companies that were thirsting for innovation and co-worker engagement.
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