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    Employee training takes place at several phases of employment: Onboarding and everboarding your employees is a great way to do this effectively.

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    By definition, an ecosystem is a network of interconnected elements that form a community. For that community to thrive, each member needs to receive the space and resources that encourage growth. Thanks to the spread of internet technology, data science, and modern technological devices, we've come to structure businesses and other organizations into types of ecosystems.

    A business ecosystem usually consists of...

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    The ongoing pandemic has deeply affected companies across the globe, regardless of the industry they activate in. As such, many have hustled to break into the online space only to find that their employees lack the skills and knowledge to tackle such a fundamental change.

    Organizations have shifted from a...

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    Excellent customer service can be hard to come by these days. This is particularly true due to the recent ongoing pandemic and the rise of the gig economy. Companies, executives, and managers are shifting their mentalities, how they do business, and how they hire and retain staff.

    Statistics show that more than 4.7 million people work remotely at least half the...

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    Most human beings are creatures that continue to learn throughout most of their lives. Learning is part of how our brains take in, process, save, and connect external information in a way that makes sense to us.

    The concept of "science of learning" has its roots in the Cognitive Revolution of the 1950s. This is when multiple disciplines (philosophy, psychology, computer science, linguistics, neuroscience, and...

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    Human beings are, by nature, life-long learners. We learn through play when we are children, group assignments and presentations in school, and career development training on the job. One of the more important common denominators for all these types of learning is socialization.

    Since we are social creatures, most of our learning happens in social situations, surrounded by family, friends, colleagues, or coworkers....