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The posts in this category cover subjects L&D managers and other decision makers involved in business training might find useful or at least interesting.

online training is cost-effective

3 Reasons why online training is cost-effective

E-learning, Managers

Providing relevant learning opportunities and professional development for employees is certainly a significant investment from the part of companies. Couple this with a foggy ROI, and you can’t really blame managers for searching for options and consider all the ways to cut training costs. Opting for delivering online training is a cost-effective way of investing in employees while optimizing budgets.

future of workplace learning

What will the future of workplace learning look like?

E-learning, Managers

Building a learning culture, providing personalized learning experiences to each employee and preparing for unexpected disruptions that will inevitably arise in the ever-changing business environment are three things that will become more and more important in determining companies’ success in the future and L&D professionals will certainly have a role to play in this.

Why trainers are paramount to e-learning success

Why trainers are paramount to e-learning success

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

Corporate trainers should not worry about going extinct any time soon. E-learning has the capacity to make their lives and jobs significantly easier. A lot of subjects that used to be a bore can now be delivered in e-learning form. Since classroom trainers do a lot more than simply deliver content in front of an audience, e-learning is actually there to make their job easier and more interesting rather than obsolete.

measuring training effectiveness

Measuring training effectiveness — the Kirkpatrick model

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

Whether it’s classroom or e-learning, training is costly in terms of money and time. So it is only natural for businesses to want be able to quantify the value that training sessions bring to the organization. Of course learning itself is never really over but a training cycle is deemed complete once its effectiveness has been evaluated and plans for the next steps on the learning path have been drawn.

LMS misconceptions

5 LMS misconceptions to look out for

LMS, Managers

The LMS market is booming, as more and more business organizations realize the importance of having a centralized system for as much learning that happens in the work space as possible. But despite the growing presence of LMSs in the organizational training world, there are still people who don’t get how these systems work and how they can help their businesses.

training for competencies

Training for competencies or merely for skills? A no-brainer, really

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

Employees can be trained either to acquire more skills OR for developing their competencies. These are not the same thing and their value is not equal in the workplace. Skills are very specific activities, some more complex than others. Competencies are the capability of employees to apply a set of related knowledge, skills, and abilities required to successfully perform critical work functions.

learning culture

Want to keep your business strong? Build a learning culture

E-learning, Managers

Building a learning culture is the best way to ensure your company will navigate successfully through the ever-changing business environment of today and of the future. The first step is focusing on the people. They are an organization’s best assets and as such they should be provided with diverse and flexible opportunities to learn. Once this is achieved, all employees are given the opportunity to excel at what they do.

training digital natives

Digital natives — how to design and deliver training that clicks

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

It may seem that digital natives do everything differently than the previous generations of employees but give them the time, the choice and the right technology and they will prove that different is in this case better. In order to design programs that will be both friendly and effective for them there are a few things to be taken into account. Check them out!

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