Kelly Palmer, chief learning officer, Degreed, talks to HRKatha about how the learning paradigm is changing, and how this career-long learning platform offers curated, self-directed, outcome- driven learning.
Today’s multi-generational workforce is dominated by millennials who expect their LMS platforms to deliver the same user experience as a Google or a Netflix.
Now that innovative learning solutions, with SAAS- and AI-backed systems, are on offer, organisations need to strategically plan learning interventions.
Driven by an HR community that understands business just as well as the line managers do, the learning and development initiatives will see innovative turns this year.
Varma joined the Company in 1994 as team member of the HR team and grew up the ranks
The Accessibility Programme Office will ensure that everyone within the workforce has equal access to its learning content and technology.
As part of this six-week programme, student participants will be assigned a range of skill-enhancing tasks.
Talent analytics is the catalyst that’s gaining immense importance in making learning more agile and accurate.
A self-developing organisation requires a unified approach and some smart technology to enable employees to seamlessly follow their growth paths.
‘D-Change’— one of the largest digital and joint employee-volunteer programmes— will support education and learning, women’s empowerment and rural skills development in the country.
Gen X is unique in the sense that they have had hands on experience of the both the old and new world, which has enhanced their adaptability quotient and also makes them amenable to various tools and approaches for learning, rather than sticking to one way only.