Global events have unfolded, and the current pandemic has slowed economic growth substantially. It is time to talk to us at Kennedia Consulting about your greatest asset, your human resources. We lead the way for recruitment companies in Lagos.
As COVID-19 continues to rock the world, and specifically Lagos, Nigeria with more than 35 000 confirmed cases and more than 750 deaths, the local economy is being affected and with this, local businesses and companies within it.
One thing is certain, the outbreak of COVID-19 has changed the tides of business operations. Businesses have continued to engage their people through various online platforms and meetings have remained one relevant channel of communication. Meetings remain one way we coordinate our work and get them done.
Organizations that are serious about staying competitive and relevant now and in the future must take deliberate steps to create a culture that engenders continuous learning across the organization. With the unprecedented rate of change in the business landscape in modern times.
At the heart of every business is the human element and resourcing effectively with people is pivotal to success. There is a current drive towards automation to reduce human intervention in business processes, production and in fact, business analysis. While this is the current reality.
The concept of e-learning is not new to corporate organizations and individuals albeit the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has fueled the need for organizations to leverage technology platforms to drive learning initiatives. In simple terms, e- Learning (Electronic Learning) is the act of learning (educating or training)
Top-quartile organizations globally have learnt to channel their best resources to those aspects of their business where they possess competitive advantage. To act otherwise is not only counter-productive but a sure way to underutilise resources and ultimately undermine business results.