What is xAPI? xAPI, also known as Experience API or Tin Can xAPI, is a technology standardisation for learning technology. It’s essentially a ‘common language’ that lets learning platforms talk to one-another (share data). The premise behind the development of xAPI, is that learning occurs in more than just an LMS, and to manage that learning
Retailers are under pressure. Competition (both home grown and International), lightning fast technological change and the subdued economy mean Retailers are working harder than ever to win and retain customers. Those succeeding in this environment are making exceptional customer experiences a priority.
If you’re looking for a competitive advantage in 2015, your approach to employee performance management could hold the key.
Are you looking for ways to cut compliance costs, save time, and reduce risk with less work? In a world of ever increasing regulatory and compliance demands, you need every advantage you can get to manage risk efficiently.
Mobile technology has already created massive scale change in consumer markets, giving people new ways to communicate, shop, research and more.
For learning managers working in complex and high-risk businesses (mining, manufacturing or medical for example) the stakes are high in ensuring compliance. From exorbitant fines to the potential loss of life, the risks of not getting compliance right can be extreme. Combine this with the typical uphill battle of getting business managers to buy-in, and
According to research from Deloitte, retail workforces are increasingly made up of Generation Y employees. This generation has new expectations that training managers need to be aware of: They expect more feedback than other generations They expect a greater level of technology in the workplace In the coming market of Gen-Y dominated talent, Retail businesses
Having helped many of Australia’s leading companies in a range of industries to increase their compliance capabilities with technology – we see first hand the rapid changes undergoing the compliance industry.
TES Assessor in the field.This is Lisa. She trains and assesses employees, because she needs to know they can do their jobs safely and efficiently. This is Ben. He needs to know that Lisa has done the training and assessment, and he needs to make sure a record is kept. Lisa uses TES Assessor for
Until Edward Snowden, former NSA contractor and whistleblower, blew the proverbial lid off of the NSA’s data mining practices in 2013, most of us hadn’t heard of Big Data.