It’s always a good idea to take a “measure twice, cut once” approach – defining the learning approach and strategy only after spending time identifying the organizational and business results you’re seeking. Once you identify the goals, you can then undertake a thoughtful content and technology design process to ensure the solution will achieve the behavioral and business impact your organization is after.

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