It’s a familiar scene, played out in organizations around the world: when a highly experienced subject matter expert (SME) can’t quite seem to effectively communicate their expertise.
Especially because many employees may already be playing games at home, serious games can boost learner engagement and outcomes at work.
Use a selling skill and ask about learners’ pain points using probing questions.
The way training is delivered doesn’t matter if the training isn’t offered in the native language of that office, location or even individual employee.
Change is roaring across the learning industry like a tornado through the heartland. Digital natives and advanced technologies are fueling a new learning landscape, leaving many of us wondering what is necessary and what is nice to have.
In the first stage of the design thinking process, “empathize,” instructional designers should put aside their own assumptions about the learner and the design challenge and look for insights into their users instead.
19 Sep 2018
A paradigm shift in the way that most forward-thinking enterprises approach learning and development (L&D) is well underway.
A training program is successful if it delivers the right piece of information to the right learner at the right time. Learning transfer rate is highest when employees receive just the knowledge they need when they need it.