Meg Petersen

16 June 2021

Curation Isn’t Just For Museums

We all spend too much time hunting around for information and just the right courses. Content curation is all about identifying the most relevant information and learning content for a specific group or target audience, contextualizing and organizing so it is easy to consume. IBM has worked hard to curate relevant content and to decrease the […]

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9 December 2019

Engaging Today’s Modern Learner

At IBM we work hard responding to today’s modern learners who want their learning personalized, engaging and just in time. Flexibility in how they learn, where they learn and when they learn has become increasingly important – learning from SMEs, co-workers or peers rather than traditional instructors only. Learners want and expect their learning to […]

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22 February 2017

Design Thinking Workshop Looks to Explore Growth Opportunities for Clients’ Skills Development

Design Thinking is not just used in the design of our products at IBM, it’s a methodology used to solve problems, understand our users and markets and explore new ideas. On February 13, the IBM Training and Skills team held an abbreviated Design Thinking session with our Global Training Providers (GTPs) to understand the changing […]

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5 August 2016

New zSystems Learning Journey Now Available!

Learning Journeys are designed to easily navigate and recommend training to our clients. Released this month is the IBM z Systems Learning Journey. From new hires to advance solutions, the z Systems Learning Journeys help lead students to the courses they need. Categories include z/OS, LinuxONE, z/VM, Sysplex, Security, and Networking.  No matter what your […]

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25 April 2016

New IBM Training and Skills website has launched!

Targeted and successful learning and skills development continues to be a tremendous business need. In a world of constantly changing technology, it’s imperative to accommodate many learning behaviors, learning styles and introduce innovative content types to provide options for learning. The new IBM Training and Skills site is designed to adopt to these changing demands. […]

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11 April 2016

Take a Sneak Peek of the New Training and Skills Website

Coming soon!! The new IBM Training and Skills site is going through a significant transformation. Take a “Sneak Peek” to see the improved user interface, curated learning content, training events, badge information, and more. The site includes new “learning journeys” which provide collections of curated learning content for specific job roles and tasks. These journeys […]

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26 June 2014

Skill-based Learning and Modular Course Development for IBM Training

IBM’s CEO Ginny Rometty talks about IBM as being an “essential company” and IBMers being “essential to our clients, to our world and to each other.” Our IBM Training Content Development teams are embarking on a journey to transform how we design and develop our content for our IBM Training students around the globe. We’re […]

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21 May 2014

IBM Makes Top 20 List for Content Development

Breaking News! Congratulations to the IBM Training Content Development Teams for their innovative focus to build high quality technical curricula and hands-on labs. They have made Training’s Top 20 List for Content Development. IBM Training content includes instructor-led, self-paced virtual classroom, web-based training and Instructor-led online classrooms. These courses are delivered worldwide by our […]

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15 May 2014

LearnQuest Announces Master Instructors of IBM Technology

LearnQuest, one of IBM’s Global Trainer Providers, is the first to announce their Master Instructors of IBM Technology. To achieve the level of Master Instructor, these trainers must have the appropriate and recommended IBM credentials in experience, skill set and certifications. Currently LearnQuest offers Master Instructor-led courses in the following IBM Brand Areas: Business Analytics, […]

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