The learning services market encompasses four major functional process capabilities that are critical for rolling out a successful training project: training administration, content development, training delivery and technology management.
The term “training delivery” refers to how an organization presents learning initiatives to learners, a process that is essential for great training.
Stop designing traditional training, and start designing learning clusters.
From self-paced eLearning to virtual instructor-led training, companies are exploring how to support leaders with critical skills during this challenging time.
Simply put, sales training with a trusted outside partner is one of the best investments a company can make in its sales force.
Training delivery, a term referring to how learning initiatives are presented to learners, is one of the key process capabilities of great training organizations.
If you want to keep people engaged and learning, you have to mix, modify and modernize.
d’Vinci Interactive has launched a podcast series called Powered by Learning to showcase the insights of learning and development leaders impacting the training industry.
Since 2008, Training Industry, Inc. has collected data from training professionals across industries. After over a decade of research, we’ve discovered eight process capabilities that, when optimized, make training organizations great.
Whenever the new normal arrives, those multi-day events at a convention center may still be a worthwhile endeavor and a vehicle for training a group en masse. But right now, there’s nothing optional about remote training delivery.