The rise in the adoption of e-learning has been consistent, in part because e-learning scales. But as learning ecosystems have become filled with e-learning modules and courses, an unfortunate reality has emerged: Not all uses of a modality will be good.
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The need for journey-based learning is an imperative for organizations looking to secure better training ROI. Of course, these habits are difficult to break, so here are five ways you can start moving the needle toward journey-based learning.
In today’s volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world, your employees need new skills and capabilities if your organization is to survive and prosper.
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