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Cornerstone Acquires AI-Powered Organization to Advance Its Learning Suite

Cornerstone acquires Clustree to incorporate AI into its learning solutions. As a result, Cornerstone’s Learning Suite displays deep knowledge of employee skills, which can inform promotions or job changes, areas for learning, and recruiting decisions.

Clustree uses AI to identify employees’ skills and competencies developed throughout the employee journey. It displays employees’ strengths and then surfaces jobs that are a profile match. In addition, Clustree can also identify employees’ skills gaps to guide which Cornerstone’s Learning modules should be used, based on an employee’s needs.

Clustree also builds “job transition graphs:” common career trajectories for other employees in the organization and trajectories for those employees in similar roles. This can also help employees choose which learning modules to complete based on where they can go in their career.

Source: Clustree, Core Features

According to the CEO of Cornerstone Adam Miller, employees are constantly upskilling to adapt to the changing world of work. Learning and development initiatives are imperative for any talent management strategy. Acquiring Clustree further advances Cornerstone’s Learning Suite to assist organizations in training their current employee base to prepare for the future.

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HR technology companies are leveraging AI to build platforms that provide actionable and personalized insights. Cornerstone’s Learning Suite has furthered its product by actively providing individualized training modules that match employees’ skills gaps, job needs, or development goals. This transformation into providing in-depth specialized learning programs for employees maximizes the success of L&D initiatives and establishes Cornerstone’s Learning Suite as a leader in the LMS space.


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