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[Infographic] The Digital Transformation of Language Training

Research firm VansonBourne recently concluded a survey of 500 business execs on Rosetta Stone’s behalf. The insights of these leaders, based in the UK and Germany, are now organized into…

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Skills Employees Need to Succeed in the Global Marketplace

Last month, HR practice lead for Rosetta Stone’s Enterprise & Education Marketing Group, Sheerin Vesin, contributed an article to Training Magazine, sharing the latest information we have about the skills…

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Blended Learning Makes a Difference In Developing Business Leaders

Although it’s more important than ever to develop world-class employees and keep your company’s leadership bench stocked, other responsibilities limit the time available to such pursuits. The average American worker,…

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Learning a Foreign Language Can Positively Affect Decision-Making

Human psychology is full of biases. Some have to be accounted for by researchers while others, once understood, can explain why people think in certain ways. But in daily life,…

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Advanced English for Business Nominated for the Mobby and Tabby Awards

We’re very excited to announce that our English-learning app for business, Rosetta Stone® Advanced English for Business, has been nominated for multiple Mobby and Tabby Awards! The Mobby and Tabby…

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Four Reasons for a Business Language Strategy

Recently, Rosetta Stone President of Global Enterprise and Education Judy Verses contributed an article to Huffington Post Business blog. In it, Ms. Verses describes how even though business is more…

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Saving Time and Improving Productivity with Rosetta Stone

International business is made much easier if everyone can communicate in the same language. That’s the experience of Jairo Lopez, a production planning manager for Tupperware in Mexico. Mr. Lopez…

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In Business, Think Globally and Act Locally Means Language Training

We’re all familiar with the phrase “Think globally, act locally”, meaning that big changes are often started with smaller moves on a local scale. Although the phrase is usually attributed…

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