Content development is the process of designing, developing, managing and maintaining learning programs.
Technology integration is the process of optimizing technologies to achieve seamless communication between systems and ease of use for employees.
Portfolio management is the process of identifying, collecting and curating training resources in alignment with business goals.
The term “training delivery” refers to how an organization presents learning initiatives to learners, a process that is essential for great training.
Learning analytics refers to the process or act of measuring an individual, system or organization’s performance. It can support the evaluation and improvement of training programs and identify areas of growth for learners, teams and organizations.
Mentoring is a formal or informal relationship between an experienced employee (the mentor) and a less experienced, or new, employee (the mentee).
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.
Most organizations must address a variety of situations that involve risk. Compliance with risk management practices is, therefore, a key element of the survival of any organization, whether it’s traditionally considered “high risk” or not.
Having an L&D plan in place ensures training is proactive, rather than reactive, in achieving strategic alignment, which is the single most important process capability of great training organizations.
Learning technology providers can choose from a number of licensing, purchasing and subscription models. However, most use either a subscription or licensing model.