Including some of the world's largest firms, L&D industry leaders and top academic institutions.
"Digital learning makes personalization practical... and the best learning experiences are personal."
–Jeff Dieffenbach, MIT Integrated Learning Initiative (MITili)
"Scalable learning is the new reason for large organizations to exist in the 21st century. This massive transformation won't be possible without collaboration and interoperability to leverage digital technologies throughout the industry. The DLC is a groundbreaking collaboration to jump start the next generation of corporate learning."
–Mike Rustici, CEO, Watershed
"Digital Learning – democratising growth and transforming futures."
–Linda Irwin, Director, Business Development & Client Relations, London Business School
"The promise of digital learning? To help everyone fulfill their potential in a changing world by transforming access to education."
–Matt Walton, Chief Product Officer, FutureLearn
"Unlock knowledge to inspire innovation."
–Apratim Purakayastha, Skillsoft
Representing voices of 5,000+ corporate learners from 114 countries, the survey might be the largest of its kind. Read the report today, including paths forward.
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Watch short video of members' reflections during working group meetings at MIT and edX.
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For a long time, the HR and training functions have dictated learning for employees. But workers have started taking things into their own hands as they realize their competitive advantage, their employability, is tied directly to their skill set.
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A decade of Digital IQ has seen increased awareness of the business value of new technology adoption, but companies have not adapted quickly enough to stay ahead of constant change.
According to the World Economic Forum, more than 30% of the skills employees will need by 2020 are not considered crucial today. On-the-job training is officially required to keep pace with advancing technology.
We learn by making connections. At the biological level, the connections are between neurons, which grow stronger whenever we have a new experience. So why does learning often seem so hard?
This white paper lays out IBM's framework for using a digital learning experience platform to accelerate skills needed in today's workplace.