Workday today announced its intent to build Workday Learning. Our product leaders discuss what to expect with Workday Learning and why it will be different from the learning management systems (LMS) that exist today.
Guest blogger Sean Campion from Appirio, a Workday Services Partner, blogs about the recently launched Workday Learning product and how it empowers workers to contribute content and share insights with colleagues.
How does a recent grad learn differently than a first-time manager? Following extensive research with customers, Workday identified five personas that helped us design a learning system for all end users. Read more from James Cross.
David Bowie’s prediction that music would “become like running water” came true and expanded to include other content. Why has workplace learning fallen behind? Amy Wilson discusses how a modern learning experience can make a difference.
Marianne Koch, associate dean and HR program director, Golden Gate University, and James Cross, Workday’s director of learning product strategy, describe how to implement workplace learning that will foster employee engagement and business innovation.
How do you encourage employees to share their knowledge through peer learning? One terrific way is with interactive video, which gives creators and viewers the chance to connect with quizzes, submit open responses, and embed notes directly into the content. Learn more in a one-minute video.
A modern learning system is what separates companies that are engineering success into their corporate DNA from organizations that are falling behind. Whether you’re just starting to understand the importance of workplace learning or want to get more value from the system you already have, our just-published eBook provides a roadmap for the next stage of your journey.