Recent advances in virtual and augmented reality and in techniques such as gamification are creating excitement in corporate education, yet chief learning officers today still grapple with the same basic problems they’ve faced for more than 30 years.
Rob Liano once said: “Knowledge is power? No. Knowledge on its own is nothing, but the application of useful knowledge, now that is powerful.” Adapting a role-based training curriculum produces training that can be consistently applied to an...
The need to demonstrate the business impact of learning is paramount in today’s data-driven, increasingly transparent world. Today’s fast-paced and often disruptive business climate makes it harder than ever to engage diverse skills.
Everyone wants to be a learning organization, and for good reason. Who wouldn’t want to work for a company that has created a culture of learning from and even embracing mistakes as opportunities to gain knowledge?
The key trends for 2018 reflect the challenge and opportunity for training professionals to develop learning experiences that enable learners to reach proficiency in the shortest amount of time.
Global eLearning solutions company PulseLearning (www.PulseLearning.com) today announced Patrick (Pa) Fealy as CEO.