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February 20, 2016

7 Ways To Improve Your Next Online Training Course

Ineffective content, lack of multimedia, and humdrum visuals are some of the most common online training pitfalls. However, there are a number of lesser known mistakes that may be standing in the way of corporate eLearning success. In this article, I’ll share 7 overlooked improvements that you can make to your next online training course in order to increase knowledge retention and learner engagement.
by Christopher Pappas
February 18, 2016

Calculating ROI: Just Tick The Training Box

Too often with IT projects a great deal of work is put into the business case to get the initiative off the ground. However, as the project progresses and time pressures impact, too often training is either not thought about in respect of the implementation or it is executed poorly. IT teams need to engage with training experts early, in order to get innovative input to how training can be delivered both at project launch and supported as the platform moves into an operational BAU mode.
by Phil Hoyle
February 15, 2016

How To Measure The ROI Of Online Training?

Today, most organizations use eLearning as a significant part of their training delivery. As traditional eLearning moves towards mobile learning or mLearning and provides learners the flexibility to learn on the device of their choice (notably tablets and smartphones), the eLearning adoption is gaining further momentum. eLearning and mobile learning provide several benefits to organizations. However, the focus is now shifting to determining its impact and the Return On Investment or ROI of online training.
by Asha Pandey
February 14, 2016

Succession Planning: Keys To Successful Outcomes

Succession planning is a systematic effort by an organization or agency to ensure leadership continuity in critical positions. It is a proactive practice that helps to identify and develop leaders for key positions. In this article, we will briefly cover the succession planning process as well as some of the options for succession planning. We will also discuss transparency and the pros and cons of being transparent about your succession plan.
by Marina Arshavskiy
February 13, 2016

How Better Learning Content Management Makes A Good Business Sense: An Insight

While the benefits of effective workplace learning are many, the deficiencies that the organization faces as a result of poor learning efforts has a direct impact on business objectives as well and one of the prime reasons behind it is lack of learning content management. To build the case for eLearning and, hence, technology-aided platforms of learning, the fallacies of poor learning content management have to be clearly understood as well.
by Arunima Majumdar
February 12, 2016

4 Tips To Develop Soft Skill Courses For Corporate eLearning

Soft skills may not help a learner perform a specific task or master a job-related topic. However, they are an invaluable part of the learning process. In this article, I'll offer insight on how to build soft skills courses for corporate eLearning, and highlight the top 4 skill sets that learners need in the modern workplace.
by Christopher Pappas
February 11, 2016

6 Tell-Tale Signs That Your Employees Are Ready For Online Training

There are times when corporate learners may be reluctant or wary about the idea of online training. There are instances when employees are ready and willing to get the corporate eLearning show on the road. In this article, I'll highlight the 6 tell-tale signs to look for that indicate your corporate audience are eager and excited for an online training program.
by Christopher Pappas
February 9, 2016

How Neuro-Science Drives eLearning Effectiveness And Retention

Over the last several years, I’ve helped many companies evaluate game-based learning and gamification technology solutions. I noticed that vendors are beginning to market how their solutions leverage “brain science”, “neuro-science”, “micro-learning”, and other terms. These are popular buzzwords indeed! The problem is that many solution providers don’t go beyond the use of the buzzword. Where is the substance behind the buzzword in their solution? Let’s provide some substance behind neuro-science as it relates to learning and learners’ retention.
by Bryan Austin