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LMS Hot Topics · Reading time 5 min.
Development Paths: Moving Beyond Learning Paths
Learning paths have been part of corporate learning for a while, but they’re not being used to their full potential. Learning paths offer more than just a way of providing short-term training for employees; they can be an absolute game changer in the fight to overcome skills shortages. (…) read more
LMS Hot Topics · Reading time 5 min.
The Netflix Factor in Self-Directed Learning
Self-directed learning and Netflix have a few things in common! We find out what, how it can be used in companies and where the limitations lie in corporate learning. (…) read more
LMS Hot Topics · Reading time 5 min.
Diary of a Learning Management System
If an LMS wrote a diary - what would it say? We thought about that and share some tips for LMS professionals, told a little differently. (…) read more

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E-Learning Punk · Reading time 6 min.
Revolution or Empty Hype? What ChatGPT Means for Corporate Learning
Revolution or Empty Hype? We have a look at what ChatGPT means for Corporate Learning (…) read more
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How Tinder and Netflix are shaping the future of learning
In a challenging environment, corporate learning will remain effective only if it is learner-centric and offers formats that are in keeping with learners’ other everyday digital experiences. This is important because learning providers are no longer competing just with other learning providers; they are also competing with dating apps, streaming services and social media. (…) read more
E-Learning Punk · Reading time 5 min.
Using Improvisational Theatre for Corporate Learning
Improv theater accomplishes what is expected of many teams on the job: they move safely through an uncertain situation by constantly adapting to new challenges, relying on each other, and acting spontaneously together. So it makes sense to use the method of improvisational theater in corporate learning as well. (…) read more

Future of Work

Future of Work · Reading time 3 min.
Learning culture nourishes learning ecosystems
“No appointments today – I’m learning.” Is it possible to write that without earning funny looks? Making it possible is a key task for modern companies. Learning and professional development must lose the “necessary evil” or “seminar as a benefit” labels and be anchored as a vital component of corporate culture. (…) read more
Future of Work · Reading time 5 min.
Future of Work: Can Germany afford its current AI scepticism?
Artificial intelligence (AI) is often viewed sceptically in Germany, but often without justification. In this interview with Kristian Schalter, we talk about how future technologies like AI will change our working world and why Germany cannot afford its current AI scepticism in the long term. (…) read more
Future of Work · Reading time 5 min.
Future of Work: Interview with Çiğdem Uzunoğlu
Competence transfer thanks to digital games? It's possible! In an interview with Çiğdem Uzunoğlu, we explain how computer games and continuing education fit together and how they can be used effectively. (…) read more
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