VR as a training delivery option has been around for a while, but there have been few studies done to prove its value. How does it stand up against traditional delivery modes?
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Manufacturers will use remote training tools leveraging advanced technologies, including augmented reality (AR) and 3D work instructions, to prepare workers for the increased use of robotics in manufacturing, while complying with COVID-19 mandates.
This year taught us that no one can predict the future with any real certainty. However, we can anticipate that 2021 will bring continued change, both in business and in life.
Businesses are navigating uncharted territory. It started with wise cancellations of conferences, followed by meetings and travel. Here we are now, hunkered down in our homes. The business world has been forced to pivot to significant change.
Humans are messy, and managing them is complicated. Even the most professional managers can be hijacked by destructive emotions, negative thoughts, and impulses that lead to regret. Conflict, misunderstanding and lack of integrity erode team trust.
Have you ever participated in a learning experience that caused you to struggle to connect to the purpose? Maybe you’ve walked into training and thought, “I’ve seen this model used before!” Here are three keys to create engaging learning...
The gap between how companies are training their employees and the capacity these companies have to leverage employee expertise for knowledge-sharing leaves significant untapped return on personnel investment on the table.
Mixed reality is an immersive technology that continues to make advancements, opening doors to new enterprise applications. This technology creates an enhanced, realistic environment where users can interact with real-world and computer-based objects.
Previously, corporate training was limited to a few mandated courses for regulatory or functional purposes. Now, learning must be continuous and self-initiated to meet the demands of rapidly changing job functions and requirements.