Harvard Business Publishing, partner to Global 2000 companies in co-creating leadership development solutions that align with strategy and engage learners, is now an inaugural partner of the LinkedIn Learning Content Partner Program.
There are a great many training companies out there. While each has its niche, some are finding that partnering with companies in other niches can expand their offerings and, thus their consumer base.
A leading provider of learning-technology solutions to organizations worldwide, UpsideLMS has recently added new ready-to-use, off-the-shelf course- and video-based training content to its business portfolio as a part of its partnership with BizLibrary.
MedTrainer, the creator of the only all-in-one compliance management suite, announces a content distribution partnership with Tata Consultancy Services (Tata Consultancy), an IT, business and consulting solutions provider.
Media Partners Corporation and Prositions, Inc. announced today the planned merger of their employee training content business operations.
EdCast is pleased to announce that it has launched a new marketplace for corporate learning content providers to reach leading global organizations with information and resources for rapid upskilling called the ContentExchange.
Like suitcases, you can’t cram human brains beyond their capacity and expect them to function well. Crammed suitcases are prone to broken zippers and wrinkled clothes. Overloaded brains struggle to recall information.
Deciding to go with custom training is the easy part. Choosing a training partner can be more complicated.
Take a look in your LMS. The content there is probably outdated, ugly, far too long and wordy, and the epitome of the dreaded “death by boring slide after slide after slide.”
This article explores the benefits and challenges in using converted training content to ensure that your employees have access to the content they need when, where and how they need it.