Fluctuation is more significant than usual, and potential employees may come from a broader spectrum these days. Therefore a proper onboarding is needed more than ever, and companies have to do it remotely. Digital transformation is something that companies already knew they had to reach some point. Although the world was already moving towards this, it is coming significantly sooner than anyone expected.
In the wake of the Coronavirus crisis, the training industry is facing never before seen challenges. Organizational needs and expectations have changed overnight all around the world. We at Games for Business asked several experts from our professional and partner network to share their experiences and views on current trends as well as their outlook on the coming months.
The ever-changing environment requires constant learning, which makes corporate training professionals face lots of new challenges. Employees are busier than ever, and they would like their training to be flexible, engaging, and convenient. Our Client Anett Mádi-Nátor, the deputy CEO of Cyber Services has summed up the advantages of a digitalized training process based on more than a year of experience.
Nowadays, when the pace of innovation is almost untraceable, one of the keys to business success is how we can react to changes, how we adapt. Can the training industry be an exception to this rule? Our CEO, Balázs Vendler asked 3 of our professional colleagues for their opinion on the topic.
Nowadays, HR’s decisions should not be based on good feelings. Initially, HR is focusing on operational tasks. However, since 2000, HR became more strategic. To tell the truth, people used to think about HR more as a necessary evil that always comes up when there is bad news. Now it is time for another change when REAL DATA drives HR.
In recent years, we have heard a lot about gamification finally becoming the magic weapon that solves it all, but at the same time, we have also heard the opposite. So, which is it? László Fazekas, our Head of Sales and Marketing, asked the experts to share their views on the most common statements that challenge gamification.
Lifelong learning and development is humanity’s basic instinct, something we shall never repress. But if we think about corporate learning as it is present in our lives nowadays, this type of learning is not as desirable as it should be. Applying gamification in learning makes it possible to relive our early childhood when learning was more like an experience.
We hear so much about digital transformation that we get the sense it’s all over the news. Still, for many, it remains somewhat mysterious, which they find challenging to solve. Our Head of Sales and Marketing, László Fazekas, gives you 9 practical tips to help once you start your digital journey.
Digital learning solutions are present to make our everyday life easier for both employees and HR colleagues. Still, how come that so many learning transformation projects fail? Many people mistakenly blame the underlying software immediately, but there is much more to it. In our white paper, we gather the most common mistakes that can lead to the downfall of digital learning projects.