As long as learning and development cannot determine its impact on business results, its value to the organization will be questioned.
For a presentation to be useful (i.e., to help an audience make a decision), it needs a succinct narrative supported by relevant data and purposeful visuals. There should be no extraneous information or visuals for the sake of visuals.
Wouldn’t it be nice if your LMS harnessed data to recommend training initiatives for the next quarter or to predict whether specific groups of learners would be successful in a given course? Advanced analytics systems can perform these tasks.
Today’s assessments can increase engagement and change behavior. They measure knowledge and skills mastered, and, at the same time, training leaders can use the data to precisely identify areas of strength and weakness within a learning program.
By mixing insights from cognitive and adult learning theory (cognitive neuroscience), data about your learners (intent), and design theory (appeal), you can create effective leraning
Virtual reality (VR) is one of several tools revolutionizing the way that companies train, engage and retain their employees. One of the most groundbreaking aspects of VR training is the wealth of data it generates.
Do you feel like your organization’s learning experiences are disconnected? That’s why connected learning is a game-changer: It’s a holistic, joined-up approach that is more aligned with learning as an organic, human activity.