In today’s always-on world, the value of knowledge has increased and the way we get it has changed. eLearning -- the direct access of information by technology -- is one of the most vibrant and promising new businesses on the global market, one poised to reach approximately $331 billion by 2025. A new era is dawning for eLearning with the power of video virtualization and artificial intelligence (AI) technology, enabling it to be the most compelling new way to improve our minds, lives and society.
E-Learning is the future. Market research firm Global Industry Analysts projected “E Learning” would reach $107 Billion in 2015 and it did. Now, Research and Markets forecasts show triple the revenue of 2015 – e-learning will grow to $325 Billion by 2025.
Employees are used to intuitive interfaces and services such as Netflix knowing what they might like. Skillsoft’s Steve Wainwright investigates how e-learning platforms can use such consumer experiences to create a community of learners who keep coming back.
You might think it odd to compare Netflix, the world’s leading streaming TV network, to a corporate e-learning platform.
But, believe it or not, HR and L&D leaders can learn a lot about implementing a successful e-learning programme by looking at Netflix, and the qualities that have made it so successful.