The massive spike in onboarding and offboarding means organizations need to be prepared to retain worker knowledge when an employee exits and to quickly get new employees up and running with minimal disruption.
Curiosity can be defined as the intrinsic motivation to learn, and research has found that curiosity improves learning and memory.
Knowledge reinforcement strategies enable you to continuously follow up with learners right after they complete training to help them recall knowledge and practice behaviors.
When it’s OK to be weird, our brains stop filtering, and we have more freedom to explore ideas and solutions, thereby fostering more creative insights and “Aha!” moments.
Trivie, an adaptive learning platform that helps companies better engage their workforce in knowledge retention and communication, has closed a $5 million Series A investment round led by Cottonwood Venture Partners (“CVP”).
In order to become part of the solution to “business as usual” during a global health crisis, eLearning must overcome its previous shortcomings.
To move into the future and embrace an evidence-based approach to learning, you don’t have to throw out your LMS or revamp your entire strategy. Automated refresh can seamlessly improve learning outcomes by an order of magnitude.
Workforce shifts are leaving organizations with a sizeable knowledge and skills gap and the dual challenge of retaining millennial employees and transferring boomer knowledge before they retire.