The modern workforce is changing, digital transformation has led to a new breed of workers, who need to acquire new skills and traditional L&D approaches are struggling to adapt to the sheer rate of change. The most recent survey by leading European HR Technology analysts, Fosway Group showed that 50% of survey respondents did not think their existing learning platform was fit for purpose for the modern workforce.
The introduction of Next Generation Learning Platforms present L&D teams with an unprecedented opportunity to refresh and revitalise existing digital learning programmes either as a standalone platform or integrating with the existing LMS. By adopting a standards-based approach to platform integration, Netex are helping some of the world’s largest organisations launch data-driven, and engagement focused digital learning campaigns without having to replace the existing LMS.
Join Netex’s Product Innovation Strategist, Sumedh Kasare and UK Country Director Mike Byrne as they discuss some of the key trends they witnessed at Learning Technologies 2019 and conversely how Netex learningCloud will help organisations deliver digital learning programmes for the modern workforce.
- A review of the LMS landscape
- LMS to learningCloud integration options
- Learner-centric engagement
- How to unlock the knowledge that exists with your organization
- The movement towards data-driven learning design