In the ever-changing corporate world, where new technology one day becomes an ancient relic by the next, companies need to continuously train their employees.
The old days of training your workforce one time and then never develop their skills and knowledge again? Those days are fading fast into the sunset.
"Employees who don’t spend at least 5 to 10 hours a week developing new skills will obsolete themselves with the technology,” AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said earlier this year.
In response to this, companies are looking for ways to bring continuous learning into their workplaces.