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.
One in seven HR leaders agree that automation/artificial intelligence is already impacting their workforce plans.
Millennials prefer micro-learning videos, research has found that multiple generations view digital books as a vitally important learning mode.
‘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.
Social sabbatical refers to social work, done away from the regular work schedule, for the general good of the society.
As the new year starts knocking on the door, there will be predictions galore. So, here is what Abhijit Bhaduri thinks could be the future of learning for each sun sign. Pun Intended, just read and enjoy!
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.
At the Toyota Kirloskar Motors Gurukul, raw talent undergoes structured training to become job ready and emerge as specialist skilled workers.