Category: Enterprise Learning

Enterprise Learning covers all aspects of employee development, training, leadership development, and the operations, governance, technologies, and tools of corporate training. This is a $240 billion industry filled with complex and powerful solutions to help people learn and progress at work.

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Cornerstone Announces Plans For A New System Of Work

This weekCornerstoneOnDemand, the largest provider of learning management systems, introduced its “New System of Work” vision. While the details are not yet announced, I know for a fact that a major new Cornerstone platform is coming. So since this is the month of the HR Technology Conference in Vegas, let me give you ... Read more»

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CEOs Are Leading A Movement To Educate The Workforce

In the last few weeks, Amazon, Target, and Wal-Mart all announced more than two billion dollars of investment in employee education benefits for front-line workers. What’s going on here?

This is a real movement. Companies have woken up to the fact that frontline workers (retail, store employees, operations staff, drivers) are the most important ... Read more»

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ServiceNow Does It Again: Rome Release Pushes The Envelope

I know I’ve written a lot about ServiceNow lately, but there’s even more to talk about. The Rome release, just announced, has the potential to further upset the HR Technology product stack, so I want to give it some press.

First, as I’ll talk about in my HR Tech keynote this month, the entire ... Read more»

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Fixing Your Job Architecture: A New Business Imperative

One of the most devilish problems in business is building and maintaining your job architecture. While it may sound geeky, it’s very important and it is much harder than you think.

Consider the enormous transformations taking place in the economy. Every job is being automated, enhanced, and changed by technology. Companies are moving into new ... Read more»

The Learning Record Store Comes Of Age

The corporate learning industry becomes more massive every day. We estimate that more than $280 billion is spent on training, upskilling, and professional certification programs and there are now many billions of dollars spent on collaborative learning platforms, content, SkillsTech, and industry solutions.

How do you measure all this stuff?

Well as I ... Read more»

Eight Learnings About Jobs, Skills, And Org Design. And The Apple Genius Bar.

After many years studying the topics of corporate training, recruiting, mobility, and succession, we’re finally seeing the future of jobs and skills. And in this podcast, I try to summarize what’s going on.

Let me briefly discuss the issues here, and you’ll see much more to come in the Josh Bersin Academy and our research.... Read more»

Learning Technologies Group Acquires GP Strategies: Learning Consulting Is Hot

This week the Learning Technologies Group announced the acquisition of GP Strategies, one of the mainstay training delivery and consultants in the world. Together the combined company will be over $750 Million in revenue and starts to look like one of the largest corporate learning consultancies in the world.

LTG has an interesting history. ... Read more»

A New Category Emerges: The Creator Platform For Corporate Learning

Many of you have heard me talk about TikTok as a learning platform, and you probably thought I was talking about the entertaining videos. No, it’s much more. TikTok is not just entertainment, it’s a Creator Platform.

TikTok development tools are amazing. Today millions of young people (and old) are building interactive videos, extravaganzas of ... Read more»

Perceptyx Acquires Waggl: Employee Voice Takes Major Step Forward

This week Perceptyx, one of the veteran providers of employee survey and feedback,  announced the acquisition of Waggl, one of the more innovative and powerful tools for employee feedback. Since I’ve known Waggl since its founding, I wanted to give you some perspective.

First, let me tell you about Perceptyx. Perceptyx is a highly ... Read more»

AI-Enabled Coaching Is Hot. And There’s Lots More To Come.

It may sound odd, but the coaching market has caught fire. I’ve talked with coaching providers for more than 20 years and I always considered this a cottage industry. Lots of ex-CEOs and psychologists retire, go into business coaching, so companies hire them. And HR managers tend to hire who they know, who they like, ... Read more»