For talent development, this is no different.The fields of artificial intelligence and talent development have been on a collision course for decades, and their convergence has already occurred. On the horizon, AI-powered innovations are transforming the workplace and the role of the talent development professional, affecting recruiting to training to compensation.
Know the challenges before you blindly conduct virtual and augmented reality training programs. Many times, when these and other technologies emerge as popular terms, we, as talent development professionals, are quick to react, whether out of excitement of something new or out of fear of being left behind.
Evolving Technology for Human PerformanceATDs 2020 Trends in Learning Technology collects insights about the latest emerging tech and trends that are transforming the talent development profession from top experts. No matter your role in talent development or the makeup of your organization, it is critical to regularly review new technologies and trends and evaluate if and how they fit into your organization.
Blockchain is the underpinning technology of cryptocurrency. Simply defined, blockchain is a record-keeping technology, and the talent management team is responsible for updating, maintaining, securing, and sharing a bounty of employee information.
How do you, as a learning professional, prepare for what you dont know is coming? How do you judge what is important and what is just a fad?In Shock of the New: The Challenge and Promise of Emerging Technology, Chad Udell and Gary Woodill create a new framework for anticipating emerging learning technologies, outlining six key perspectives you should consider with any new technology.
Artificial intelligence is forcing us to rethink the skills and digital capabilities of workers. The rapid rise of the Internet and digital transformation has disrupted many aspects of how we get work done.
Is virtual reality training primed to go mainstream? Walmart Academy training centers have plans to incorporate virtual reality (VR) learning solutions by the end of 2017.
To build the kind of rapid learning cultures that thrive in times of transformation, organizations are experimenting with microlearningdelivering short, focused learning experiences throughout an employees day, week, and career.
Welcome to the age of immediacy. In Learning in the Age of Immediacy: 5 Factors for How We Connect, Communicate, and Get Work Done, learning strategist Brandon Carson argues that these five edge technologies are here to stay.
Google the term disruption and you will find many results. Lets start with a few definitions so were all speaking the same language Futurist Eric Haseltine says any one of four conditions can usher in a disruptive innovation: In the early 1600s, a spectacle maker, Hans Lippershey, invented the telescope (at least in the Western world).