Degreed is an education technology company that is engaged in enabling and recognizing all forms of academic, professional and lifelong learning. The platform allows users to discover, curate, share, track, and value learning from any source. Degreed is free for individuals. An enhanced version, Degreed for Enterprise, connects internal learning and talent systems to worldwide ecosystems of free, open and paid learning resources, and is available to organizations for a fee as a hosted, cloud-based solution. Degreed is based in San Francisco, CA with offices in Salt Lake City, UT and Leiden, The Netherlands.

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  • What do curation and donuts have in common?
    Many of us have been there. You pull in to LaMars or Krispy Kreme and there is a 10×10 case full of at least 10 choices of donuts. You’ve got sprinkles, filled, iced, cake, yeast, chocolate, vanilla, maple, circle, log…the choices go on. The same goes for learning. You do an online search on a [...] The post What do curation and donuts have in common? appeared first on Degreed Blog.
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  • Navigating Next Generation Learning Technology
    A single, integrated, all-in-one technology ecosystem may work for some organizations sometimes, but it won’t work for everyone all the time. Learning is already too fragmented, and it’s only getting more diverse and complex as new ways to learn like video, chatbots and augmented reality become mainstream. So to future-proof their investments, innovative L&D leaders [...] The post Navigating Next ...
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  • Why L&D is not a bakery, and how to stop acting like one
    Whether you’ve been in L&D for decades or days, you’ve probably been asked to bake a cake for your company. While you might have also been asked to bake a delicious chocolate cake for a birthday, the cake I am talking about is The Magical Training Cake – the cake your L&D team makes to [...] The post Why L&D is not a bakery, and how to stop acting like one appeared first on Degreed Blog.
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  • The 3 new skills all L&D people need
    Most organizations are feeling the burn of the changes happening in L&D. 60-year careers, multiple generations, a dispersed workforce, decreasing skill tenures. It’s a lot to take on, and it’s putting more pressure on our team’s than ever before. As practitioners, we must be continuously well-versed in at least several areas of expertise to remain [...] The post The 3 new skills all L&D people nee...
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  • Get Degreed Recommendations via Slack or HipChat
    Technology is changing how we work and collaborate. One of the hottest trends right now is cloud-based team collaboration tools like Hipchat and Slack, which are sweeping the market. There are indications that these types of tools will replace email as the primary tool for workplace communication. Slack was launched in 2013, and Hipchat launched [...] The post Get Degreed Recommendations via Slack...
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  • Why L&D could use some marketing love and what you can do about it
    Though in learning now, I started my career in Direct Marketing and Loyalty Card Marketing and Product Development (yes, apologies for calls interrupting your dinner and your exploding mailbox…) I pivoted into HR and led the L&D Technology Products and Implementations for a Fortune 500 Bank. Having to re-invent myself and learn rapidly, I’ve become [...] The post Why L&D could use some marketing l...
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  • Let's Talk About Guerrilla Marketing: Ryan Learns Something Episode 6
    Watch the full episode “Ryan Learns About Experiential Marketing” here: https://youtu.be/pJNiBoM5RMA In this segment of “Let’s Talk About” we talk about Guerrilla Marketing, from the Oscar Meyer Weinermobile to delivering pizza by drone. We look at how brands can utilize guerrilla tactics to get our attention. We show how guerrilla marketing can be as simple as posters, and as extravagant as taki...
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  • Ryan Learns Experiential Marketing: Ryan Learns Something Episode 6
    Ryan has $15,000 to learn everything he can about marketing and branding. In Episode 6 of Ryan Learns Something, Ryan learns about experiential marketing. Follow Ryan's journey by subscribing to our YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/degreed?sub_confirmation=1 In his ongoing pursuit of branding and marketing expertise, Ryan tackles a hairy topic: guerrilla marketing, aka experience, experie...
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  • What the 60-year career means for learning teams
    Even the concept of a career wasn’t immune to today’s disruption. People are changing jobs at record rates, working for more companies doing a variety of jobs throughout their career, and they aren’t immediately cashing out and retiring at 60. Likely at the root of the radicalization of the career is a simple, basic fact: [...] The post What the 60-year career means for learning teams appeared fir...
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  • Just Released: The Buyer’s Guide to The Near Future of Learning Technology
    Learning is changing faster than L&D departments can keep up: “Fifty-six percent of current workforce skill sets do not match the changes in their company’s strategy, goals, markets, or business models.”  — ATD, Bridging the Skills Gap, 2015   However, forward thinking CLO’s have found success creating learner-driven organizations that empower workers to share their knowledge [...] The post Just R...
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  • Why your learning matters, not your degree
    Sorry to break the bad news. Your degree doesn’t matter. Your BA or BS doesn’t mean I should hire you. Your MBA doesn’t mean you know how to run a business. The name of the school you went to … meh. Your degree doesn’t matter. At least not as much as you think it does. [...] The post Why your learning matters, not your degree appeared first on Degreed Blog.
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  • Ryan Learns Something: We're Back
    You may have noticed we took a little break. We're back and Ryan has even more to learn- next up he's tackling guerrilla marketing, storytelling, mission-driven marketing, and tribes. Catch up on episodes 1-5 as we gear up for the rest of the season. Episode 1: https://youtu.be/CKTT0h6n0fc Episode 2: https://youtu.be/AlhY-3jbWPg Episode 3: https://youtu.be/eX39RNrx-eQ Episode 4: https://youtu...
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  • 5 reasons to get excited about Degreed’s mobile app
    Mobile devices now account for nearly 2 of every 3 minutes spent online, and 72% of workers say they do at least some of their learning on a smartphone or tablet [Degreed, How the Workforce Learns]. This is good news for organizations who are making the most of this trend. Degreed has recently released substantial [...] The post 5 reasons to get excited about Degreed’s mobile app appeared first on...
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  • Degreed and Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) Announce New Partnership
    Our teachers are given incredible responsibility – to grow the minds of our future leaders. And at some point, you may have wondered, how do these selfless individuals get trained for such a big task? It may seem obvious – a college degree and ongoing certifications. But you might be surprised to find out that [...] The post Degreed and Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) Announce New Par...
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  • How Degreed employees target development
    Alan Walton is a data scientist at Degreed, but he didn’t start at Degreed with that job title. Alan got a degree in math, with a minor in logic, and then landed his first job as a developer. Data science is currently one of the hottest jobs in America, but the term “data science” has [...] The post How Degreed employees target development appeared first on Degreed Blog.
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  • How CLOs Are Rethinking the Learning Strategy for Both Short and Long Term Development of Employees
    As much as we would like to believe it, and as nice as it sounds, we don’t develop our people out of the goodness of our own hearts.  Businesses have important goals and a bottom line, and in order to hit those goals, they need to make money.  And if they don’t, shareholders, customers, and employees are [...] The post How CLOs Are Rethinking the Learning Strategy for Both Short and Long Term Deve...
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  • Field notes: challenge the status quo
    In an effort to continuously honor our commitment to delivering our clients the best experience possible, Degreed recently hired a new Vice President of Client Experience, David Verhaag. He will lead the post-sale teams including Client Engagement and Client Support. Prior to his employment with us, he partnered with Degreed for 8 months in an [...] The post Field notes: challenge the status quo a...
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  • The evolution of the learning journey
    If we look at a traditional education or career path, they might seem quite linear. Your journey likely consisted of going to college, and you might have even known what you wanted to do, which lead to a certain career ladder, lasting decades within a company. The learning resources were in a classroom, training manuals, [...] The post The evolution of the learning journey appeared first on Degree...
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  • 3 Ways to Target Development at Your Organization
      Career development is more complex than it’s ever been. There’s no longer a straight ladder with prescribed steps. Employees are changing jobs at a record rate, and the change can now be lateral, diagonal, up or down, and jobs that require new skills are popping up all the time. 91% of Millennials expect to [...] The post 3 Ways to Target Development at Your Organization appeared first on Degree...
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  • How to value informal learning
    Digital technology has drastically changed the way we learn and consume content. We gravitate towards solutions that are quick and easy, and as a result, informal options – social and on-demand learning – account for the bulk of workers’ development. The most advanced L&D teams are embracing the trend towards informal, collaborative and social. According [...] The post How to value informal learni...
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  • Making the business case for learning technology
    Once you’ve determined your organization needs a new tool or technology, how do you build the business and investment cases to show leadership the clear path towards the changes that need to occur? Dani Johnson, VP of Research at Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting, recently spoke with 3 learning leaders from Disney, AT&T, and Airbnb [...] The post Making the business case for learning technol...

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