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Vivek Bhide

Co-Founder Emmersive | E-Learning Champion | IT Leader
Executive Director of Emmersive Infotech. After working as a Quality Leader for more than a decade, Vivek possesses a vision to develop a high quality knowledge management solutions at Emmersive.
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November 27, 2016

5 Facts About Corporate Training That Are Hard To Believe

Corporate training happens everywhere. It has been happening since 1880, during times of industrial revolution where informal training happened through apprenticeships. The form, mode, and approach may have changed over the decades, but the importance remained. So much so that corporate training have become a necessity. In this article I will highlight 5 hard to believe facts about corporate training that may help in creating effective training experiences.
November 20, 2016

Training Gen Z: 5 Myths Busted

Gen Z, who? The eLearning industry is a buzz with strategies for training Millennials and helping them cope with the changing business environment. This leaves Gen Z gaping in the face of the future… wondering how it will fit into the workforce. What about training Gen Z, which is set to account for 20 % of working adults by the year 2020?