For organizations across industries, workplace safety is more crucial than ever. However, many companies still approach compliance with a “check-the-box” attitude and use generic, trite training that is ineffective.
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Managing training for a large number of learners, who represent different departments and different job roles, can be a difficult task. Creating training plans for each employee is the best way to make sure everyone receives the training that they need.
When creativity is implemented in design thinking, your instructional design team will deliver training solutions that resonate with learners and drive behavioral change and productivity that will benefit your business.
Following are some trends in mobile app development. L&D professionals should look at them to pave the way for outstanding mobile learning.
This white paper takes a detailed look at four types of learners, how to alleviate skill gaps, how to align training to business goals and more.
While training and customer success departments understand the importance of customer training and the value it provides, it can be difficult to communicate it to stakeholders. Making a solid business case for a customer training program is the key.
Organizations are increasingly recognizing the importance of human capital development to business success. The secret is designing intentional learning. Designing learning at work is more than creating events; it is about an entire learning ecosystem.
Immersive and experiential training methods are successful because they involve all of the senses and provoke a visceral response. The experience enables learners to assimilate new information quickly and retain it much longer.
Are you torn between in-person and online training? It turns out that many learners like virtual training – and have good reasons to dislike in-person instruction. This article shares the top five reasons learners prefer virtual training.