How do you efficiently harness internal subject matter experts' knowledge without wasting their time?
Even though much of virtual learning is self-paced and geared for individual consumption, learning leaders can still make it social.
Needless to say, the 2020s thus far have looked dramatically different than the decade that just ended. The COVID-19 pandemic ushered in historic changes impacting nearly every aspect of our lives — economic, professional, personal.
Your customers matter now more than ever before. This truth is absolute, in the otherwise chaotic new abnormal of COVID-19.
Across the world, the workplace has suffered a stunning blow in the last few months. Many industries and companies will come back contracted versions of their former selves.
Involving leaders in training initiatives has many advantages — if you do it well. Here’s why you should consider involving your organization’s leaders in company training initiatives, how to do it successfully and the impact you can expect to see.
Just as instructional designers look to subject matter experts (SMEs) when creating training programs, organizations are beginning to look to SMEs to fill training management roles due to their comprehensive knowledge.
The user-generated approach to learning is a silent yet fast-paced and organic revolution that is disrupting conventional, top-down learning approaches.