Well-designed game elements in learning can be a powerful tool for a training strategy. Examine the myths holding businesses back from using game-based learning.
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By turning training topics into games, you are creating an engaging learning experience that transforms boring content into something much more memorable.
More and more organizations are reaping the benefits from offering HiPo (high-potential) programs that provide intense, targeted training for their rising-star employees. But now the stakes are even bigger.
Organizations are neglecting to help new leaders make the toughest psychological and emotional shift in their careers: moving from a high-potential, superstar employee to a manager.
Online training solutions allow members of a global, multilingual team to access and undertake identical training to their international colleagues.
Since its founding in 2010, Grovo has been through several funding rounds, raising a total of $73.3 million before its acquisition by Cornerstone OnDemand (CSOD) for $24 million late last year.
Enter the learning curator. A learning curator is simultaneously a generalist and specialist, leveraging a broad base of knowledge and skills.
Digital learning has been a hot topic for years; however, many organizations large and small still struggle with where to start. The secret may be to think small.
In an era of unpreceded change, volatility and uncertainty, we need to revisit several truths to more deeply impact how we design programs for executive development.
Gamification allowed us to mirror the complexities of organizational structure and siloed working practices to develop the skills managers need to work in a matrixed organization.