Grovo for Good, the social impact program of Grovo, today announced Grovo Grants, a new initiative to provide technology and resources to help nonprofit organizations integrate 21st century skills into their workforce development programs.
Grovo, the SaaS company reinventing learning for the modern workforce, today announced $40M in Series C funding led by existing investor Accel with participation from Costanoa Venture Capital, SoftTech VC, and Greg Waldorf, as well as new investor Vayner Capital.
As a new generation enters the orkforce, employers need new methods of ommunication.
There is an often-ignored learning avenue widely available—at no cost to an organization—that compliments more formal learning.
As industrial technology develops, many of the jobs that form the bedrock of our economy will soon be automated out of existence.
Traditionally, learning and development (L&D) leaders have turned to “weapons of mass instruction” for solutions. These traditional method are ineffective, boring, and resisted by employees.
As attention spans shrink, companies turn to short digital lessons that workers can access at their convenience.