Juliette Denny

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Managing Director

Growth Engineering

Managing Director of Growth Engineering, an award-winning Learning Technologies company. Our mission is to make learning fun with gamification and engaging content. Our Academy LMS is ranked the #1 LMS in the world, and Genie, our new authoring tool, is set to revolutionise the world of eLearning creation.

eLearning Articles by Juliette Denny

4 Tips To Improve Knowledge Management With Your Learning Management System

4 Tips To Improve Knowledge Management With Your Learning Management System

Tuesday, 24 January 2017 by Juliette Denny

They say knowledge is power, but how effectively does your organization manage intellectual capital? In this article, discover how your…

Learning Management Systems
3 Ways To Engage Employees With Your Organizational Culture

3 Ways To Engage Employees With Your Organizational Culture

Tuesday, 17 January 2017 by Juliette Denny

Staff training isn't just about delivering operational knowledge. An effective training program should educate employees about what it means to…

Corporate
Measuring Employee Engagement With Your Learning Management System

Measuring Employee Engagement With Your Learning Management System

Wednesday, 11 January 2017 by Juliette Denny

Companies with engaged employees perform better than those without. If you want to count your organization among them, you'll need…

Learning Management Systems
The Learner Engagement Spectrum

The Learner Engagement Spectrum

Tuesday, 3 January 2017 by Juliette Denny

Engaging your learners is the key to a successful training campaign. Everyone user on your Learning Management System will be…

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5 Elements Of Measuring Engagement In Training Evaluation

5 Elements Of Measuring Engagement In Training Evaluation

Tuesday, 20 December 2016 by Juliette Denny

When it comes to getting results, training evaluation plays a huge role. In the past, not enough attention has been…

Corporate
4 Ways For Employee Engagement And Effective Training

4 Ways For Employee Engagement And Effective Training

Tuesday, 13 December 2016 by Juliette Denny

Employee engagement is becoming a bigger issue, leading to retention problems and stunted organizational growth. The key to curbing engagement…

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Gamify eLearning Development To Engage Content Creators

Gamify eLearning Development To Engage Content Creators

Thursday, 12 March 2015 by Juliette Denny

It's accepted that eLearning should be fun and engaging for learners. But what about content creators? Don't they deserve a…

Gamification
Fall In Love With eLearning: Gamification, Personalization and Clear Pathways

Fall In Love With eLearning: Gamification, Personalization and Clear Pathways

Saturday, 17 January 2015 by Juliette Denny

Learning new things is incredibly rewarding, yet we often find the process of knowledge acquisition dull, tedious and unclear. But…

Gamification
Is Your Organization Ready for eLearning?

Is Your Organization Ready for eLearning?

Friday, 12 December 2014 by Juliette Denny

Once you’ve decided that taking your organization’s training online is the best thing for your company, you’ve got to put…

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Gamification: Intrinsic Motivation for Lasting Engagement

Gamification: Intrinsic Motivation for Lasting Engagement

Saturday, 1 November 2014 by Juliette Denny

Engagement is the pinnacle of a Learning and Development programme; without engagement, learners are no more than observers. But once…

Gamification
Gamification: Make Education Entertaining to Secure Learner Engagement

Gamification: Make Education Entertaining to Secure Learner Engagement

Wednesday, 8 October 2014 by Juliette Denny

In this, the final part of my series on the need for change within the UK Learning and Development landscape,…

Gamification
9 Ways to Bring Talent and Learning Management Together

9 Ways to Bring Talent and Learning Management Together

Monday, 29 September 2014 by Juliette Denny

In this part of my series on how to save the Learning and Development industry from certain doom, I explain…

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