At this year’s HR Technology conference last month, Skillsoft announced its upcoming release of Winter 2016 Talent Expansion®. The new product makes it easier than ever for organizations to overcome challenges with engagement, retention, and agility through solutions that empower individuals with access to continuous development opportunities and visibility to pursue career mobility.
We're redefining how organizations achieve success and overcome challenges by radically simplifying the expansion of organizational capabilities through continuous development of employees, knowledge acceleration and meaningful insight. With tools that enable the self-developing organization, the holistic needs of every employee – from individuals to leaders – are met with simple, intelligent talent management processes.
· Enabling the Self-Developing Organization
Learn about Skillsoft's latest Talent Expansion® suite enhancements, including an expanded talent profile that connects people to the activities and insights they need in order to get better at their jobs and advance in their careers; personalized learning recommendations embedded throughout talent processes; and an actionable view of capability gaps in the context of an employee's current role and career progression.
· Creating a Continuous and Adaptive Learning Culture
Learn how Skillsoft's latest Talent Expansion platform helps organizations create adaptive learning plans for employees. See how Skillsoft's enterprise search capabilities can pinpoint relevant resources.
· Delivering a Personalized Development Experience
Learn how to configure dashboards, apply corporate themes and branding and create individualized employee landing pages.
Read about some of the Winter 2016 features we previewed such as the Dynamic People Profile and Timeline, Career Progression, and Contextual Learning Delivered in Workforce Management at ow.ly/TAfcF.
John Ambrose is senior vice president of strategy and general manager of SumTotal, a Skillsoft company. Follow him on Twitter at @johnjambrose.