AllenComm, a leader in corporate training, is launching two learning technology platforms at the DevLearn conference in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 24 and 25.
The pace of change in business and technology has dramatically affected the need for upskilling and reskilling in the enterprise. It’s clear that learning is more important than ever for both individual and organizational success.
If sales associates are more knowledgeable about their products, they will sell more of their products rather than their competitors’. And, if the manufacturer provides sellers with tools that make selling easier, it can build brand loyalty and affinity.
The benefits of coaching are clear. This development tool improves performance, employee retention, learning retention, employee engagement and behavior change. It can even help eliminate the gender leadership gap.
Today, conventional learning finds itself plagued by two challenges that new apps have circumvented. Unfortunately, learning loses much of its value in two places: the retention gap and the information-application gap.
Mobile influences workplace learning, too, which brings us to the key trends that lead towards the status of mobile in the context of workplace learning.
The remote workplace is here to stay. The challenge to companies is how to continue to carry out the critical mission of learning in a non-traditional workplace atmosphere.
AR is appearing in more than just consumer apps, though, and businesses are increasingly seeing use cases for the technology.