Gamified training engages learners, increases attention, improves confidence and, ultimately, drives success. Here are five ways incorporating employee training games into your learning and development strategy can save you money and increase your ROI.
Successful learners are the ultimate outcome of any training course, but that objective is not always reflected in the strategies and goals companies set for their training initiatives.
Roundtable Learning, an award-winning learning experience company that delivers AR, VR, eLearning, and ILT, today announced the company’s rebrand and new company website. The robust rebrand elevates Roundtable’s focus on immersive reality.
While organizations focus on sustainability, it is not always something that we strive for in learning and development (L&D). However, we should; it is essential to our relevance.
Let’s face it: The word “training” is a trap. Are we really in the “training” business? Why training? Do we want people to slavishly follow directions, or do we want them to be idea generators and problem solvers?
Training has come a long way from relying on traditional lecture-based classroom sessions to offering a rich menu of learner-centered options for delivery. However, in many cases, an instructor-led training session is still the best way to engage workers.
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Kahoot!, the global learning platform today announced that its popular learning game, played by more than 1 billion people last year, is leveling up game creation and launching its brand new game creator for corporate learning environments.
While the concept of product training and onboarding is not new, there is now a greater understanding of the strong correlations among effective training, product adoption and customer health, especially at SaaS companies.