Happy New Year! What an exciting year 2011 was for the corporate learning and talent management industry. Here at SkillSoft we are eager with anticipation for what 2012 will bring as we continue to explore ways that learning can drive business value for our customers. It certainly was a big year for SkillSoft, as we expanded to include 50 Lessons and Element K, and continued to work with our partners and customers to innovate and transform the learning industry. We want to take this opportunity to thank you, our loyal and growing blog community, for your continued support and feedback. As we begin 2012 we want to take a moment and look back on some of our favorite 2011 blog posts – it is not surprising that many of our favorite posts are from you – our customers and industry influencers.
We are committed to continuing to provide valuable insights and perspective on our business and industry and, more importantly, the issues and opportunities that matter the most for you. We want to hear your thoughts on Learning re-imagined and the information we provided throughout 2011. Please weigh in and let us know which you liked or would like to see more of in the New Year. We’re looking forward to continuing the conversation in 2012.
Our favorite posts from 2011:
- Advice on Avoiding Scrap to Make e-Learning Effective by Dr. John Mattox, director of research for KnowledgeAdvisors
- The Social Enterprise – Learning and Communication Reimagined by Josh Murrell, training network administrator for Five Guys Burger and Fries
- SkillSoft’s New Infographic Helps Companies Develop a Mobile Learning Strategy
- E-Learning Effectiveness – Targeting the WIIFM by Sarah Cooper, LMS analyst for Waste Management, Inc.
- New Aberdeen Group Research Finds Powerful Connection Between Training, Employee Engagement, Employee Performance and Organizational Success by Mollie Lombardi, research director, human capital management, at Aberdeen Group
- Planning for Annual Performance Reviews? by Molly Scholes, senior director, consulting services, SkillSoft
- The Eight Truths of Social Learning - Revisited by Pam Boiros
- Campus to Corporate: Preparing Recent Graduates for the “Real World” by Russ Howard