Learning And Development

A whole new world

With the high incompletion rates of massive online open courses and other online training solutions, organisations are feeling hard-pressed to explore more interactive and engaging programmes. Experts say one new opportunity is in virtual reality training, as HRM Asia studies the pros and cons of this approach.
Kelvin Ong - 03 Oct 2016
Disruptive market forces are rendering existing business models ineffective. Hundred-year-old companies, like German-founded reinsurance firm Munich Re, are undergoing systemic changes to keep up with the times. HRM Asia tracks the company’s progression.
Kelvin Ong - 09 Sep 2016
As employers look to cajole their staff towards higher productivity levels, many are turning to teambuilding activities to boost engagement and teamwork. HRM Asia sheds light on some of the quirky and unusual options available.
Kelvin Ong - 16 Aug 2016
The flexibility and convenience of e-learning makes it a reliable professional development tool. HRM Asia examines the benefits of going digital in employee training.
Sham Majid - 03 Aug 2016
While many organisations are still getting to grips with the SkillsFuture movement, OCBC Bank has already rolled out a three-pronged approach to develop the skillsets of its massive workforce. HRM Asia delves deeper into one component which included a “premiere” event.
Naadiah Badib - 10 Jun 2016
Maintaining employees’ productivity levels at work can be a challenging issue in organisations. What are the causes of these roadblocks and how can employers overcome them? HRM finds out
Sham Majid - 03 Jun 2016
As the much vaunted SkillsFuture initiative gets underway, Singaporeans will now have thousands of approved courses to deepen their craft in any particular field. HRM speaks with some training providers to get the lowdown on their own repertoire.

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