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Learning with Artificial Intelligence (AI): 3 myths debunked

Elise Favere
29/11/2019

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the future. It transforms the way we learn, what we learn and why we learn. Do you want to ride the AI train and create an intelligent learning environment for your end users? 

Yes, we can change: Change management, which steps do you take?

Change management requires a solid approach that meets the needs of your business and is beneficial to all stakeholders. In other words: every change process should be tailor-made. That’s why we develop three plans: a communication, learning and sponsorship plan.

Yes, we can change: How to handle resistance against change?

Are you planning to migrate to a new IT tool? It’s exciting, but it could also significantly change your employees’ work routine. As a result, change often leads to stress - and to resistance. 

Yes, we can change: What is change management?

Change can be scary. For businesses, it’s crucial to stay one step ahead of digital transformation, but you can only do so if your employees embrace the changes you want to implement. Unfortunately, getting everyone on board can be quite a challenge. 

Social Learning with Julian Stodd: a retrospection

Elise Favere
26/11/2018

Our established structures have become unpredictable and are continuously evolving. Technology is a prime example, and so are its sociological aspects and relevant communication structures. How do we cope with these continuous changes in a corporate setting? Julian Stodd, our speaker at Xylos Inspire 2018, told us his vision of the Social Age. My key take-home points: ...

Disrupt HR – the rebellious future of HR

Annelies Bertels
26/10/2018

As an IT company, we value innovation in all its aspects. Our HR team constantly strives to be at the cutting edge of the HR business, which is why Annelies & Tanja went to DisruptHR at Wagenoord to get inspired by experts in the field of Human Resources.

PowerApps: how to automatically adjust the text box

Clifton Lenne
20/02/2018

You’re probably familiar with the AutoHeight property in PowerApps. Unfortunately, the Text Input control doesn’t include this property, which means you have to work with a vertical scroll bar – and sometimes, you just need to be able to view your entire text at once. So, is there a way to automatically adjust the size of the text box?