Category: Learning technology

Microsofts Roadmap for this Autumn Makes Teams the Premier Learning Platform

This fall, there will be several innovations that make Microsoft Teams the place for continuous learning. Break-out rooms, together mode and other enhancements allow for better web lessons than in Zoom. Several new apps make continuous learning possible with communities, […]

How to digitize training with Microsoft 365/Teams

Teams and apps in Microsoft 365 make it easy for instructors and subject matter experts to digitize training themselves. They also open up opportunities to move learning from the classroom to become a natural part of work. In previous articles, […]

How to use Microsoft Teams for learning

Making the classroom accessible online has now become critical. An effective way is to use Microsoft Teams. This makes it possible to in a short time create training that is engaging, takes place directly at work and in a social […]

Digitize learning part 4 – enable continuous learning at work

As employees, we will need to increase our learning significantly in the next few years. At the same time we have less time over for learning. It is an equation that is difficult and it makes the work itself become […]

Digitize learning part 3 – address the skillshift

Digitization is rapidly increasing the need for learning new skills. The World Economic Forum expects us to replace 40% of our skills over the next 5 years to remain employable. It has greatly increased the number of people taking courses […]

Digitize learning for increased competitiveness – Part 2

Investments in EdTech companies have quadrupled over the past four years. 2018 invested organizations 1.5 billion SEK in technology for learning. Digitalization of learning offers great opportunities, but in many organizations digitalization of learning hasn’t come far. In a series […]

Digitize learning for increased competitiveness – Part 1

For a long time, the organization’s LMS was the only available IT system to support the organization’s learning. Today, an average organization uses 23 different learning tools to help in making learning digital. In a series of articles, I describe […]

6 factors for building a learning organization

Digitalisation requires new skills There is a constant flow of news on the lack of key skills in workplaces. Manpower recently published a report showing that 67% of larger companies have difficulty finding the right expertise. 10 years ago, this […]

How to leverage informal learning

In my last post (“Learning is critical, L&D critical?”) I described how the L&D is at risk of being marginalised. More and more learning takes place at work through experiences, collaboration and curated knowledge and information. The rapid technological development […]

Learning is critical, but is L&D critical?

In a couple of posts I have described how lack of skills is now the biggest challenge for many leaders. Together with the fact that employee learning preferences has changed in recent years this have created a boom of technological […]