MindForest is accompanying Cebi during this transition period to ensure the seamless adoption of the new software at all 11 sites and to provide change management support during the roll-out period.
We discussed about many questions with leaders of Luxembourg and Luxembourg-based companies during our last Business Room on the theme “From the crisis to the new ways of working: hybrid modes in the post-2020 world”.
Digital badges have gained increasing recognition as micro credentials and pedagogical tools over the last decade. They serve as a practical way to engage with employees and recognise accomplishment as part of an online program and they can also be useful in creating awareness among colleagues, potential employers or managers of new professional skill sets or achievements. In our previous article published a few weeks ago, we already talked about how digital badges changed the logic of the certification process, both in an educational context and in professional organisations. Now we would like to talk more about how digital badges can be applied to improve business performance. How can they contribute to improving business performance and how they can change employees’ behaviour?
For several years now, we have been witnessing the emergence of concepts such as collaboration/cooperation, knowledge sharing, recognition of the importance of the quality of interactions between team members and the development of initiative and decision-making skills in work groups. All of these are becoming more and more important with respect to organisational corporate strategies. In order to increase their efficiency and operational performance, some companies are reinventing their working methods and moving from an approach based on individual intelligence to a so-called “collective intelligence”
Originally badges were a heraldic symbol worn by knights to denote the completion of a pilgrimage or as a mark of political allegiance. The badge has long been associated with displays of rank and achievement and, more recently, with advertising, branding and visual identification. A Digital Badge serves both as recognition of learning or achievement and digital proof of that accomplishment.
Digital transformation is today one of the most important topics in each c-level agenda. Digital transformation is about how we shape the future of our businesses, how we select the best people to hire for the next 5 to 10 years and above all how we interact with our clients or prospects. Today we want to talk about how we can make it more real and how we can help our people leverage the digital mindset to do better business every day.
While remote work wasn’t a completely new phenomena, according to STATEC 20% already worked partially remotely in Luxembourg in 2018.
Nonetheless, digital interconnectedness made it possible for most people to make the switch to home office from one week to the other when the pandemic hit. The same digital blessings that made this possible, have also highlighted certain digital challenges when it comes to navigating a hyperconnected world.
Digitalisation has been a huge talking point over the past couple of years and has become even more meaningful since the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic. Remote work, home schooling and communicating at a distance have all played a major role in limiting social interactions to a minimum as means of preventing the virus from bringing down our health care systems.
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