How L&D Leaders Are Using Custom Mobile Apps To Increase Performance And Revenue

by Inno-Versity

The company featured in this fable, AshCom, is fictional, but the mobile learning challenges faced by Kathryn, AshCom’s CLO, and her team are real and commonly shared by learning teams in corporations, non-profits, associations, and education. Download this eBook to connect with the characters, their challenges, and the custom mobile app solutions they discover.

Key Chapters

  1. The Interest

    Discover what sets AshCom down the mobile learning path and how their needs analysis approach pays off.

  2. The Basics Of Mobile Learning

    Uncover the pros of mobile learning so that you determine if it's the right strategy for your organization.

  3. The Limitations Of Mobile Learning

    From limited screen size to connectivity roadblocks, let's look at the drawbacks of mobile learning.

  4. The “What-If” Session with Ronda

    Dive into the mind of Ronda, the Vice-President of Sales, as she explores innovative applications for mobile learning.

  5. Morning Session: Option 1 - Custom Authored Learning Experience

    AshCom asks the all-important question: "Will everything created as custom authored actually work in the LMS, or are we right back to a bunch of limitations that make our Big Ideas small again?"

  6. Morning Session: Option 2 - App Development | App Delivered Mobile Device

    What do you need to achieve app development success and deliver targeted training to your remote teams?

  7. Weighing the Options

    AshCom sums up their solutions to find the best approach for their sales training needs...and beyond.

  8. The Decision

    What decision will they reach and how can use the same methodologies to create custom mobile apps to enhance on the job performance?

Kathryn spent several hours thinking through how to approach this very important meeting. She concluded that she needed to lay out the big principles at stake, work through the options for addressing Ronda’s need for robust mobile learning, and then ask each a single question: What’s most important to you?

This engaging fable includes helpful tips and actionable steps that any organization can use to break down accessibility barriers, regardless of your niche or staff size.

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Christopher Pappas
Founder of eLearning Industry, Inc.