Breaking Down Blockchain: Making Learning More Transparent and Portable
Editor’s Note: In our four-part series, Breaking Down Blockchain, ReWork explains the potential of this promising new technology in the world of HR. Check out our previous pieces, on how blockchain is transforming resumes and onboarding.
Learning in the Flow of Work: Anticipating Learners’ Needs
Over the past year, we as an industry have noted just how drastically the nature of work has evolved, from the shift to remote and more flexible environments, to the growing importance of skills over traditional credentials. But one area that’s largely missing from the conversation thus far has been the need to transform how employees learn on the job.
Empowering the future workforce part 3: Advancing intelligently
Increasingly, organizations are realizing the power of making their employees a partner instead of merely a subject in development. Let’s not pretend that it’s easy — this shift in thinking requires overhauling content libraries to be more consumer-grade, adjusting company policies to adopt continuous performance conversations and more. But there is one step that is an important gap: how to deal with the expectations for growth and reward.
Empowering the future workforce part 2: Rethinking employee development
The C-suite is rightfully putting more thought into the skills of their workforce as concerns about losing out on growth due to potential skills gaps grow. Whether it be in technical specialties to contribute to R&D, or more general areas, like leadership, organizations are looking into the future of the skills needed to drive company initiatives. This concern stems from the reality of our near-future job market: millions of jobs will be lost to automation, and even more that do not exist today will be created.
Cornerstone Skills Graph Wins Top HR Product of the Year
Last month, Phil Saunders asked our Cornerstone Convergence attendees if 2020 was what they anticipated. For most of us, we can agree that a year ago, no one could have predicted what 2020 would bring.
Improve Employee Performance, Drive Growth with the Cornerstone Skills Graph
How people move through their careers continues to evolve. The linear "career ladder" was replaced by "career lattice," a more dynamic approach to employee career growth. But the lattice, which still approaches careers in terms of specific roles, is being replaced by a more modern dynamic approach. Disruption and technological innovation happen so rapidly that employees’ roles are increasingly fluid, and it’s skills—not roles—that define their development.
Empowering the Future Workforce, Part 1: Mapping the Skills Landscape
This post originally appeared on Toolbox HR.
Blockchain Will Transform HR, Bringing the "Internet of Careers" to Life
Blockchain for HR is no longer a pipedream—it’s a promising technology filled with potential to improve recruiting, hiring, learning and many other areas of people’s experience at work. And today, we’re celebrating a major milestone as our industry continues to work towards actualizing that potential.
Breaking Down Blockchain: Redefining Recruiting and Credentialing with a Verifiable, Permanent Network
Editor’s Note: In our four-part series, Breaking Down Blockchain, ReWork explains the potential of this promising new technology in the world of HR. Check out our previous piece, on how blockchain is transforming resumes, here.