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Simulator technologies like virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) can improve your training programs and, as a result, business results.
Innovative technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) can help automate administrative aspects of training so you can focus on your learners.
By leveraging innovative technologies and creating a culture that supports continuous learning in the flow of work, learning and development (L&D) can deliver just-in-time learning when, where, and how employees need it.
Let's explore a few specific use cases for a variety of the innovative technologies on the market to help you gain buy-in from your executives.
Training games can connect and engage your remote workers through the power of play, while also teaching key skills in the process.
VR is ideal for immersive training applications where there’s a benefit in the learner being within a particular context, such as in high-stakes or dangerous scenarios.
Corporate training was already in need of a transformation. The COVID-19 pandemic forced training to evolve for the better.
By combining personalized learning paths and mobile training delivery, you can better train, reskill and upskill your employees at scale.
The key added value is that an LXP encourages the learner to take their own initiative by exploring the platform and looking for the learning content they need.