Mixed reality integrates digital content into the real world and is becoming an important and versatile key technology of the future in the field of vocational education and training.
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The pharmaceutical industry is driven to find ways to get approved medicines into patients’ hands faster – not only to save lives, but to improve the quality of life for many.
Building a learning function from scratch for a 50-year-old-startup is like turning Harmony of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship. It’s more than a business maneuver; it’s setting a direction for an entirely new learning culture within a...
Working for a global organization oftentimes means working on projects with people from around the globe who have very different skill sets and backgrounds.
The landscape currently facing learning and development professionals is unprecedented in terms of the challenges and opportunities it presents. Today’s 24/7 global workforce juggles escalating demands, dwindling resources and increasingly fragmented
Every day, we use our senses and observation skills to interact with people. Touch, smell, sight, hearing and taste provide powerful ways for us to understand and navigate daily.
Experiential learning, or learning by doing, amplifies knowledge retention by putting the learner in the center of the action – whether in the context of the workflow, a virtual simulation or working through a game-based learning scenario.
Most writings on training evaluation focus on the best ways to measure training impact and show how the training function influences the business. Of course, the objective of training evaluation is not only to deliver data reports, but to use that data to