After many weeks or months, the training project is written, tested and approved. Now, it is ready to be implemented. There are many ways to roll out a training program, and the best method depends on the type of training program and the audience.
Many of us were taught that to succeed, whether in your personal life or at work, you must create a plan. Planning, indeed, provides direction and minimizes risks. However, in reality, there will always be interruptions that demand our attention to focus e
Training Industry, Inc. research has found that many learning and development (L&D) professionals must achieve their goals with limited access to resources. They are finding ways to strategically plan around these limitations to do more with less.
Strategic planning is critical to successful organizations, as it provides forward-looking direction, outlines measurable goals, helps guide key decisions, and provides structure for evaluating progress and data for taking corrective action.
Cornerstone OnDemand, a cloud-based learning and human capital management software company, has been busy over the last year.
A good place to start with any training exercise is often the end: the deliverables, the take-home messages … in other words, what it is that you actually want to have achieved by the time your audience are walking out of the room.
Sometimes, we are our own worst enemy. Our inner critic keeps us from realizing our greatest potential – and, thus, holds our teams and whole organizations back.
Vitalyst, a global provider of client learning solutions is leveraging a proprietary methodology—the Vitalyst PROPEL Methodology™—to help clients succeed with digital transformation.
The next TICE Virtual Conference will focus on the data-driven learning function, including how to create and sustain alignment through strategic planning and the application of learning analytics and measurement.