Weekly Rewind: Top 10 Stories On CXOToday (Jun 19-24)
Technology : Infrastructure
Here are some of the top stories of the week on CXOToday you would not want to miss.
E-Learning Can Bridge the Gap Between Skilled And Unskilled
Category : Interviews
Arun Rajamani, Country GM, Pluralsight India discusses how the company provides a learning platform that combines content with assessments, skill paths, mentoring, gamification and customizability features that help customers meet talent, agility and ROI
Analytics Skill-Sets, A Must For Digital Leaders
Category : Interviews
Technology : Business Intelligence
Sarita Digumarti, COO at Jigsaw Academy, a Bangalore-based online data analytics training school, talks about the relevance of analytical skills in leaders.
Google Bets Big On E-Learning In India
While the educational institutions will manage and build the online course content, Google will offer tools and infrastructure.
Flipkart Gives E-Learning A New Push
Flipkart will be extending its virtual academic books category to feature a selection of new offerings.
E-learning on the rise among Indian enterprises
Ninety three percent of learners surveyed reported that e-learning directly impacted their work performance when customized to their individual needs.
E-learning: An obvious solution for India's public sector
Category : Columns
To increase e-learning adoption in the public sector, the government must push to ensure that all government employees are trained in the use of this technology and understand its importance in the workplace.
Maruti Suzuki partners with G-Cube for e-Learning training
G-Cube will supply Wizdom, its learning management systems and content services to Maruti Suzuki Training Academy (MSTA), the flagship digital training academy of MSIL.
Delivering education through IT
A recent conference 'IEMCON 2012' held in Kolkata focused on the phenomenal changes in the education sector that has taken place in the past few years.
The online learning market to boom
A recent survey by LoudCloud Systems, an e-learning research and development firm estimated the online learning market size in India to grow to $40 billion by 2017 from the present $20 billion.