Cornerstone helped Alaska Airlines learning take off
In a highly regulated industry, Alaska Airlines needed a solution with the ability to deploy learning to undesked workers en masse. Listen as Val Dotson, Senior LMS Administrator, shares how they used Cornerstone’s mobile capabilities to train their largest group of learners on the fly!
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Playing an active role in your own training
Sopra Steria, a European leader in the new technology sector is recognised for its consultancy, digital services and software publishing activities. They guide their clients through digital transformation, helping them to obtain tangible, long-lasting benefits. The group provides a global response to the competitiveness challenges faced by large companies and organisations, combining in-depth knowledge of innovative business sectors and technologies with a resolutely collaborative approach. Sopra Steria places people at the heart of everything it does and enables its clients to make the most of the digital world to build a positive future.
Reach a green, compliant future with sustainable learning
Rising pressure to reverse the climate crisis is being felt by organisations across the globe. For one, employees expect their organisations to be working towards making a positive impact – Cornerstone’s 2023 People and Workplace Trends Report revealed that employee demand for corporate responsibility and workplace sustainability learning content increased by 100% from 2021 to 2022, for instance. As such, there is clear appetite for sustainability-focused learning strategies. Additionally, many employees would even consider quitting their jobs if they felt their organisation’s ESG commitments were lacking – a trend known as “climate quitting”.
A major change in skills development: Renault Group case study
Faced with the major economic and environmental challenges of the 21st century, organisations and their employees need to gain new skills quickly. While skills acquisition is not a new phenomenon, it has never been needed so rapidly or on such a massive scale. Companies are involved in an innovation race to find ways to tackle these challenges, and learning tech tools play a central role in this. Patrick Benammar, VP learning & development at Renault Group, presented his vision for skills transformation at the Learning Technologies Conference. He identified three indicators, three technological benefits, and three changes that affect training managers.