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How To Align Learning To Business

Aligning Learning To Business

In order to align learning to business, Learning and Development has to understand what the business wants and needs and how to then deliver it. Read this article to find out how Towards Maturity's research is revealing the steps Learning and Development professionals need to take in order to partner for success with the business.

Innovative Training Solutions For Banking And Financial Services Featuring mLearning And Performance Support Tools

Innovative Training Solutions For Banking And Financial Services

While Banking and Finance industries have been early adopters of eLearning, only in recent times is mLearning being considered. In this article, I will outline how mLearning can be one of the most meaningful training solutions for Banking and Financial Services. Additionally, I will share my insight on “learning as a continuum” and how eLearning or mLearning-based formal training can be effectively supplemented through Performance Support Tools (PSTs).

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet On Training Millennials

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet On Training Millennials

Employers today are full of anxiety over the growing population of Millennials in the workforce. Millennials make up almost half of the total workforce, with numbers still rising. At the same time, the generation of Baby Boomers is rapidly retiring. Business Insider reports that millions of these Baby Boomers have retired just in the last six years and 10,000 of them turn 65 every single day. With the Millennials coming in and the Baby Boomers going out, the climate of the workplace is shifting. While companies of all kinds want to appeal to Millennials and hire Millennials, they aren’t quite sure how to adapt to their differences. Read why training Millennials is a challenge worth taking.

Albert's Successful Training Story

Albert's Successful Training Story

Albert drove home from the board meeting feeling very pleased with himself. He had been praised by his chairman for the work he had put in since joining the firm two years ago, and had been given a complete endorsement for the five-year training plan that he had presented to the board that afternoon in Mumbai, India. As he drove home, he reflected on those two tumultuous years. Prior to joining his current company, he had worked for five years as production manager in a small company that manufactured plastic coat hangers in his native Gujarat, and had made a name for himself there. When he arrived here, the company was barely profitable, with high absenteeism, shoddy work practices, and little or no quality control. He immediately saw there were two problems; low morale and lack of training. Here is how his successful training method helped increase productivity.

3 Types Of Online Training Course Certificates

3 Types Of Online Training Course Certificates

Certificates are a great way to reward your online learners, from basic completion to social and verified certificates. Even if your online training course is outside of compliance topics, there are great reasons to consider offering a certificate of completion. Learn about the 3 types of online training course certificates you can offer.

Get The Most Out Of Retail eLearning

Get The Most Out Of Retail eLearning

Using survey results from Towards Maturity we lay out some actions retail businesses can take to really benefit from eLearning, from embracing new technologies to prioritizing your learning objectives. Here is how you can take advantage of retail eLearning.

Employee Engagement Versus Employee Energy

Employee Engagement Versus Employee Energy

I read a really interesting article recently from Chief Learning Officer (CLO) about minions. You know, those little yellow guys with the weird overalls and obnoxious, yet cute laughs. Even if you don’t have children, you can’t get away from advertisements featuring these minions. They are everywhere—on billboards, in television commercials, on t-shirts, and in CLO articles. So why is a respected learning organization like CLO writing about an animated children’s movie character? It’s all in the name of engagement.