The modern workforce is now more connected than ever. This blog explores ways to maximize the potential of today’s hyper-connected learners.
The sense of being constantly connected, or ‘plugged-in’, is more and more familiar to us. From email and messaging apps to social media and Alexa, it’s rare to feel completely disconnected from people or technology, without taking drastic measures.
The rise of hyperconnectivity is sometimes perceived as one of the more negative aspects of modern culture. Our depleted attention spans are an often-cited casualty of the rise in smartphone and Internet use (although this is contentious).
NextSteps, NetDimensions’ global users conference, gave us the chance to hear from Nigel Willson, Global Strategist at Microsoft. He told us about the vast potential of AI in learning.
The rapid rate of change in business and technologies is exponential. When you use technology, the level of acceleration increases even more – leading to unprecedented change.
At NextSteps, NetDimensions’ global users conference, we heard from Amar Dhaliwhal, Senior Vice-President of Marketing and Product at leading Augmented Reality platform company, Atheer. He gave us a glimpse into the (near) future of AR for training.
Amar spoke compellingly on the potential of augmented reality (AR) to transform how training is delivered, and shared his insights on best practice use of AR for training.
NetDimensions’ Inside Sales Representative, Garfield Bolt, enjoys crossing time zones and locations to put his technical and public speaking skills to excellent use. This new resident of Atlanta plays a key role in making sure organizations have their precise needs satisfied by our solutions.
Let’s get to know Garfield better.
NextSteps 2018, NetDimensions’ global user conference, proved a typically insightful day as our collaborators met in London. Here are a few of our highlights…
With guests from all over the world representing a diverse variety of sectors, this year’s conference was a vibrant event packed with great discussions and insights.
During the course of the one-day get-together in London, we heard from thought leaders, learning pioneers, technical experts and L&D specialists.
Together with invaluable insights and success stories, there was a real sense of mutual encouragement and collaboration.