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Informal Learning

The truth about informal learning: it happens all the time, anywhere

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

When learning and development programs are set up, the attention is focused solely on formal learning. That’s probably because the informal version doesn’t sit well with schedules, set objectives and quantifications. While good old fashioned learning paths are necessary and very useful, since informal learning is almost always self-initiated, it proves to be a lot more effective and with visible effects on organizational performance.

blended learning

Why blended learning paves the way to business success

E-learning, Instructional Designers

If we go with the saying “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket”, the best business training strategy is to adopt a mixture of learning solutions if L&D professionals want to increase ROI and cost efficiency. The future of blended learning in business training is about combining the best of online and face-to-face teaching. Virtual solutions can bring people together to solve various business problems.

myth about the 70:20:10 model

Debunking the biggest myth about the 70:20:10 model

E-learning

Formal learning may count for just 10% of the learning that happens in the workplace, but that doesn’t mean at all that it is an insignificant part. This 10% is usually the basis of knowledge that supports conversations and social interactions, as well as the know-how of work performance.

informal and collaborative learning

How informal and collaborative learning support training

E-learning, Managers

Most of the learning at work happens through job-related experiences and daily contact with colleagues and management. Informal and collaborative learning happens naturally and spontaneously in any business setting. That’s why businesses should support it, along with all the formal training programs.

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