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Training managers from companies of all sizes are confronted with the need to select a technology to assist with the learning experience.
There continues to be a lot written about the need to transform the training function. And for good reason.
Training reinforcement has become a popular topic among training professionals as it speaks to the fundamental principle that the more we are reminded of something, the greater the probability we will remember it.
An increasing number of learning and development (L&D) professionals are struggling to find a good balance between their global L&D initiatives and their local and business unit operations.
There are many tools and techniques at our disposal to enhance the learning experience. Each have their advantages, disadvantages and a place in education and corporate training.