Monthly Archives: August 2019

The future of work is in digital skills

In this blog I would like to explain a bit what role digital skills play and how they can be acquired and maintained. Digitalization applies to all of us The future work cannot be described with certainty, except for one thing: it will require digital skills. Every one of us sooner than later must be […]

Learning path has changed – are you following it?

More customer-oriented planning and more time for training. Inspired by the research results, Juha Huhtanen has wondered about the changes that have affected how and when employees learn new skills at their workplace. The gap between competences and job requirements can rapidly grow Previously, in most of the fields, system and software upgrade cycles were […]

Online learning as an alternative way to the learning path

In my previous blog, I wrote about the change of learning path and I referred to the learning trends in the workplace offered by Lynda.com’s research. The study revealed that most of the employers offer their employees only online courses: but these have not yet replaced the Trainer-led trainings, according to our experience, at least. […]