Category: Enterprise Learning

What Is The Metaverse? Facebook’s Strategy And How Microsoft, Disney, and Amazon Could Win.

What Is A Metaverse?

Simply put, a Metaverse is a digital space represented by digital representations of people, places, and things. In other words, it’s a “digital world” with real people represented by digital objects.

In many ways, Microsoft Teams or Zoom is already a form of a Metaverse. You are “there” in the room, ... Read more»

It’s Time To Reinvent Corporate Learning: Join Our New Research

If there’s anything that’s been transformed over the last two years, it’s corporate training. Companies are buying new tools, licensing new content, and building skills taxonomies, VR and AR programs, and experimenting with cohort-based learning and now learning in the flow of work.

For me, as an analyst who’s covered this market since 1998, I’ve ... Read more»

Cornerstone Xplor Launches A New Era In Corporate Learning

This week Cornerstone, the largest provider of corporate learning technology (and LMS), launched a new product that is likely to change the market. Cornerstone Xplor, a new skills-based, AI-powered platform designed as an LXP, talent mobility, career, and skills platform, has the potential to change the L&D landscape. Let me explain why.

First, Cornerstone ... Read more»

Massive Raise by 360Learning Breaks Open Corporate Training: The Creator Economy Arrives

This week 360Learning, a fast-growing collaborative learning company, received an astounding $200 Million of investment. Only a few years ago this would have been incomprehensible, but now it makes sense. This is a company that has unlocked the Creator Economy in corporate training, and the impact could be massive. Let me try to explain.... Read more»

Workday Goes Everywhere: Into The Flow Of Work… And More.

From its very founding Workday was designed as an integrated but proprietary system, engineered for the cloud. Workday developed a proprietary database, advanced business process framework, integrated security model, embedded real-time analytics, and a unique user interface.

Well, all that has now changed. Effective today, with the introduction of Workday Everywhere, and ... Read more»

Emtrain Delivers A New Approach to DEI Focused on Behavior Change

As we detailed in our research study Elevating Equity, driving diversity is a tough business. Not only do companies need to source, hire, and manage people in an inclusive way, they have to build a culture of fairness, train people on bias, and educate workers on day-to-day behaviors.

The typical approach to DEI starts ... Read more»

Culture Amp Acquires Disco, And A Funny Story

Today CultureAmp, one of the Unicorns in the employee experience space, acquired Disco, a fast-growing company that developed a culture recognition system in the flow of work.

CultureAmp is an interesting company.  Founded by an entrepreneurial I/O psychologist and two engineers,  the company has become the darling of fast-growing companies as they build “culture-first” ... Read more»

Ten New Truths About The HR Technology Market

Next week is the big HR Technology Conference and as I prepare my keynote I’ve had to review my last year of research with hundreds of vendors around the world. And rather than “write the book” at this moment, I want to give you “Ten New Truths” to consider with more to discuss next week.  ... Read more»

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»

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»

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»

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»