Government Elearning! Magazine

FALL 2015

Elearning! Magazine: Building Smarter Companies via Learning & Workplace Technologies.

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Government Elearning! Fall 2015 41 TWO EXPERTS DISCUSS THE IMPACT OF CONSUMER APPLICATIONS ON ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE, AND HOW LEARNING LEADERS CAN LEVERAGE THE CONCEPT. BY JERRY ROCHE It's a new day in the feld of corporate e-learning. Improving employee engage- ment, personalizing learning and improv- ing leadership skills are now the top drivers for investing in learning today, according to the 2015 E-learning User Study conducted by Elearning! magazine. An industry pioneer is ofering learning leaders a single strategy for improving en- gagement and personalizing learning op- tions that can be applied across all types of content — including leadership training. "We say it with a touch of irony, but the idea behind the following phrase is very real and already proven," says Chip Ramsey, CEO of Intellum. "You have to consumerize the enterprise." THE ANSWER LIES IN THE APPS When we look at the trends associated with the meteoric rise in the consumer adop- tion of application sofware, when we dig into why we all seem to gravitate toward the same applications in our personal lives, four key points of interest emerge, accord- ing to Ramsey and Intellum co-founder Matt Gilley: 1 Tey are mobile. Te amount of time spent with digital media on mobile de- vices surpassed desktop usage last year and is continuing to climb. How to Consumerize the Enterprise

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