The modern workplace is constantly evolving. If you foster a culture of learning, you ensure that your organization evolves alongside it. Don’t get stuck on formal development or training program. Instead, start encouraging daily learning so your staff won’t be left behind.
Knowledge transfer is never an effortless process that happens spontaneously within an organization. There are many factors that work against it, but L&D professionals can create training materials that can support learners in overcoming all of these roadblocks.
Today’s technology allows for a lot of options when it comes to methods and ways of delivery and with a growing need for fast and relevant learning, scenarios that are built into modules with the aid of immersive mediums hold a lot of potential.
Navigating rapid change in today’s stormy business waters can be tricky. Yet the ones who will manage to alter the course and still make the destination will surely reap the rewards of gentle shores and unimaginable treasures.
It’s possible to design and deliver qualitative, engaging, blended learning solution with no other costs than the designer’s time and imagination. So let’s explore 16 ‘wonder-sites’ that instructional designers everywhere should have in their back pockets!
Even with the amazing perks of today’s technology and the advantages of being able to use all sorts of immersive techniques, storytelling is a powerful tool in e-learning. Here are some examples of what has already been done and proved to be efficient!
It’s important to make an evaluation before discarding a business LMS and buying a new one, but it’s also highly advisable not to keep the old LMS that drives everybody nuts and mostly fails in doing what it is supposed to do simply because a large sum of money was initially paid for it.
Leaders in the modern corporate world face the challenge of carrying out almost impossible discussion with peers, clients, bank managers and team members. Being a good communicator helps a lot in any job.
Onboarding is not a process that stops after the first day or even the first month in a new job. Organizations need to take a hard look at the way they are approaching new hire integration and adapt to the needs of today’s employees.