Just when we’ve absorbed everything we need to know to develop effective training for millennials, along comes a new demographic joining the workforce. For the last of the baby boomers, recent hires are not their children but their grandchildren.
Are you intrigued by the possibilities of leveraging user-generated content or looking to manage the process more effectively? It’s never been easier to help employees build their knowledge collaboratively and take control of their learning.
Improving the user experience will save instructional time and training dollars and increase the overall value of the endeavor. Usability needs to be a major consideration in evaluating the effectiveness of a learning program.
Inkling, a mobile learning enablement platform for distributed workforces, today announced the availability of Inkling Learning Pathways, a new product on its platform.
The learning services business team can focus on solving business problems and then leverage the “hard” skills of cognitive, cloud, digital experience and media arts resources with an agile and DevOps production mindset.
We can create the greatest digital leadership programs, knowledge transfers or job aids, but if the interface design isn’t up to par, learners quickly become lost in figuring out how to navigate a course rather than focusing on the content.
With multi-modal training programs becoming more common and with so many modalities emerging, it is critical for learning leaders not only to understand these modalities but also to know how to effectively use them to drive learning and business results.