Josh Bersin of Bersin by Deloitte recently published “Watch Out, Corporate Learning: Here Comes Disruption” in Forbes which identifies a trend of major organizations moving away from traditional Learning Management Systems (LMSs). These organizations are investing in a suite of new tools and technologies to help their employees and associates learn. Josh points out that people are attuned to searching for instructional content on the internet in their personal life on sites like Youtube, Coursera and Udemy, yet their corporate learning environments are built on learning models that manage compliance rather than effective knowledge transfer and retention.
Many organizations have been part of this evolution by investing in micro-learning, curated content, social learning and MOOCs. At Mzinga we recognized and prepared for this disruption by embracing these key concepts: Mobile, Video, and Collaborative. TWIL is our new mobile-first collaborative video learning platform that allows organizations and teams to take control of their learning and meet the challenges of today’s modern learner. Try TWIL for yourself at TWILVideo.com