How do you become even more valuable as an employee?

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Belgian IT-professionals earn 73.447 euro a year on average, according to Global Knowledge’s IT Skills and Salary Report 2019. IT-professionals worldwide are earning 5000 dollar more per year on average. Employers are investing in their employees. That’s not that strange … Continued

Why shouldn’t ask ‘What will this training course cost me’ but: ‘What will this training course bring me?’

It’s something Business Developer Frank van de Laarschot sees often: organizations that only inform what a training course will cost them, instead of asking what they will gain from taking the training course. Which department doesn’t complain about their ‘bad’ … Continued

This is how you bridge the knowledge gap according to Global Knowledge director Benelux René Lap

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Global Knowledge has been selected most loved trainingpartner of the year 2019 in The Netherlands, according to IT-magazine CIO. ‘All our years of experience have led up to us being chosen as best knowledge partner’, director Benelux René Lap says. … Continued

KLM, Philips and Spotify, will your company be next? Four questions about SAFe

Implementing agile in a large organization can be challenging. How do you implement this work ethic and philosophy on every level of the organization? The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) might be the solution. The Dutch Tax and Customs Administration has … Continued

Send us your best #summerstudyselfie and win a Lamzac!

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Are you following a training course at one of our locations this summer? Take a creative #summerstudyselfie while you’re at it! You can include the rest of the classroom in your photo or take one of your favorite study moment. … Continued

Agile for dummies

What’s the difference between Scrum and Agile? What’s lean? And what is that Spotify-model, exactly? The former are examples of questions we get at the start of our training course. In this article we’ll explain what these different themes mean. … Continued