The World Economic Forum’s 2018 “Future of Jobs” report stated that over half of employees will need “significant” re-skilling and upskilling by 2022. Organizations are already struggling to find, train and retain the talent they need to compete in the ever-evolving digital economy. Trends such as automation and the rise of cybercrime are quickly changing...Read more
Which courses to retire, convert or replace? If you have a large volume of courses to address, the decision of whether or not to convert them to HTML5 requires a sound strategy and proven processes. Driven by the urgency to rapidly deal with Flash content in existing courses before Adobe and web browsers stop supporting...Read more
Agility is the key to success in today’s challenging business environment. We’ve all heard of companies that failed to respond to changing market conditions and lost out to more agile competitors. Agility is all about people and culture. As research by McKinsey & Co. has found, agile organisations share certain features, including a people-centred culture...Read more
Where Do I Begin? By now, you know Flash is going away. We at Raytheon Professional Services have spent many hours this past year working with clients to assess and convert thousands of courses with Flash content. In this blog, we will share some of our experiences to help you determine where to start the...Read more
Convert Your Training Content from Flash to HTML5 – and Improve Your Program Offerings in the Process.
By the end of 2020, Adobe will no longer support Flash. As a result, organizations have been converting Flash content to HTML5. Instead of approaching this project as an arduous task, however, look at it as an opportunity to improve your training offerings. Many organizations have immense libraries of online courses and other content. It...Read more
With record low unemployment rates across Europe, businesses are struggling to recruit workers, as there are not enough people with right skills available - impacting business performance and productivity. Unemployment keeps falling across the European Union and now stands at 6.3%, compared to 7.1 last year. It’s even lower in Germany, which has a jobless...Read more