Associations face an increasingly competitive landscape, and the need to clearly differentiate to show value to members has become the No. 1 priority. Providing members with on-demand access to innovative learning experiences can be that differentiator.
Understanding how learning takes place incrementally in four stages can help you assess the need for training and the motivation to learn.
Join us for this complimentary Training Industry webinar, sponsored by D2L, to explore modern learning that enables positive business outcomes and helps organizations stay ahead of the curve when faced with rapid, transformative change.
Understanding training delivery formats is a challenging but interesting task, especially in the technology sector, partly due to the pace of change. One way to simplify this task is to understand the difference between self-directed and guided learning.
A paradigm shift in the way that most forward-thinking enterprises approach learning and development (L&D) is well underway.
Ultimately, technology training is about decision-making. You need an engineering team that isn’t just effective at writing code and developing the applications your organization needs but that’s also able to make the right decisions.
A FROG learner embodies these four characteristics: flexible, resourceful, optimized and having a growth mindset.
Are the offerings and experiences designed by L&D for their employees becoming irrelevant? Three forces are disrupting the L&D world, and we need to take them into account if we want to reinvent L&D.