Artificial Intelligence: Value-add

Docebo

Technology companies everywhere are investing in AI and exploring how it can add to the services they provide (think Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Salesforce, etc.) But the question needs to be asked: what if you design your business to have AI at the heart of what it offers? Tagging and searching for relevant information would be automated, therefore massively leveraging the value of all content, irrespective of its size, format (PDF) or duration (video).

Tools to maximize your sales enablement strategy

Zunos

Here, we’ll discuss the essential ingredients that make up a powerful enablement stack — including a ugmented reality sales tools, a content tagging strategy , smart catalogs, and version control. Ensure usability with centralized storage and a content tagging strategy. It also ensures that naming conventions laid out in your content tagging strategy remain consistent across all channels, so that users can quickly locate what they need.

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FAQ: How Do You Manage the Graphics in Your E-Learning Course?

Rapid eLearning

I usually start by tagging based on the project name. Microsoft’s Clip Organizer Does Everything You Need. Almost everyone has access to Microsoft’s Clip Organizer, but we rarely use it. I like that the Clip Organizer already does a lot of the tagging because it pulls from the project folder and file name. If you get in the habit of adding descriptive titles and folder names, you will make tagging and locating your images super easy.

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“Current Need-to-Know Tools and What’s Around the Corner” Nick Floro #olconf

Learning Visions

When creating content, think about making it more flexible – tagging and organizing it so you can easily shuffle it together. Exchange business cards, share. Microsoft HoloLens – “the era of holographic computing is here” Autodesk 123D – an app on your phone that lets you take a series of pictures. These are my live blogged notes from a concurrent session at this year’s Online Learning Conference , hosted by Training Magazine and happening in Denver.

Using Social Media for Learning: Tools & Practices #BHsocialmedia

Learning Visions

Used Ektron ( www.methodfactory.com ) a content management system – which allowed search, tagging, RSS, links, blogs, polls, surveys. Used Microsoft SharePoint – blogs, wikis, messaging, polls, surveys, RSS feeds (get alerted when content is updated). A more business-oriented environment. These are my live blogged notes from a webinar presented by Brandon Hall on Wednesday, April 26 2011. (I I joined about 10 minutes late, so missed a bit!)

A comparison between LMS and CMS

TalentLMS

Microsoft’s “ Sharepoint ” is an example of the former. And you’d look equally silly trying to handle your business training needs with a CMS. An Enterprise CMS for example is perfect for organizing large volumes of business documents — all these work related Word files, PDFs, PowerPoints, Excels and such.

Both sides now

Jay Cross

These apps often include productivity enhancers such as search and tagging. And not surprisingly, vendors are encouraging the trend–Microsoft and IBM have added wikis and blogging capabilities to enterprise apps including SharePoint and Lotus Quickr, while Google and upstarts like Socialtext, PBwiki, and Jive Software are luring corporate users with freebie accounts and dead-simple deployment. and connecting with the world in order to stay in business?

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Leadership and online multiplayer games

Clive on Learning

When I sat down on the train tp read Leadership in a Distributed World - Lessons from Online Gaming, a paper from IBM Global Business Services, I thought I knew right up front what the conclusion would be. Future leaders will stay at home to enter IBM's virtual leadership world from their PCs, constructing new empires for Big Blue and putting rivals such as Microsoft and Google in their place once and for all.

Web 2.0 Applications in Learning

Tony Karrer

Ranking, tagging, top stories Tags link back to the tagger's BluePages profile IBM owns more than 50 islands in Second Life. I've not really seen good examples of business cases (future ROI) for using these tools. Last week I presented a session at ASTD TechKnowledge entitled eLearning 2.0 - Applications and Implications. It could just as easily have been called Web 2.0 Applications in Learning.

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Disruptive Technologies and the Future of Learning & Development

Convergence Training

The way I look at it, the way the definition goes, is anything that forces you to rethink or transfer the way you do business. And so that forces the industry to change, either to rethink how they would do their business or it would force you to go out of business in the case of Blockbuster. So that’s what disruptive technology does, fundamentally changing how you go about conducting your business as usual.

Learning and KM: Separated at birth?

Jay Cross

Andrew McAfee , Principal Research Scientist , Center for Digital Business – MIT Sloan School of Management and Author, Enterprise 2.0. Vander Wal, who coined the term “folksonomy,” focuses on the huge untapped potential for social tools with discussions about making it easier for enterprise social tool adoption, tagging, getting tools to mesh, modifying Web 2.0 T wo years ago, DevLearn and KM World took place simultaneously in downtown San Jose.

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SMBs and Social Learning Technologies

Janet Clarey

Information from Microsoft SMB insight report (increase SaaS, investment in tech). Tagging/Bookmarking - described how they worked; relatively low adoption but may increase as more LMSs include. Managing Wikis In Business. Linking Training to the Business Goals: In-Depth Descriptions of How IBM, Toyota, and Others Earn Executive Support for Training. Here are slides from the presentation I did yesterday. The session was hosted by SumTotal Systems.