As a result of recent technological innovations, learners across industries are demanding that their employers provide them with relevant and personalized learning experiences. Below are four reasons why you’ll want to consider heeding their demands and expectations.
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Seventy-three percent of the companies that were surveyed in a Brandon Hall study expected to increase their focus on social learning last year, which means that by this year most of them have probably already implemented their social learning strategies.
Microlearning has been on many notable mobile and e-learning trends lists for the last year or so. And if you’re a learning and development (L&D) professional, you’ll need to implement it this year if you want to continue to outpace your competition.
Due to rapid advancements in technology across industries and business sectors, experts believe that around 375 million workers worldwide will have to seek new employment and switch occupations altogether by 2030 … unless employers decide to revamp their training programs and implement continuous learning across their organizations.
Organizations spend thousands of dollars each year, and sometimes millions, on designing, developing, and implementing training programs. But sometimes they hang onto outdated training programs and training materials to save money, even if those training programs are actually costing them more money than they’re worth.
Yesterday’s post explained why blended learning is on the rise in the modern-day workplace. Today’s post offers six tips and best practices for effectively implementing blended learning strategies and courses.
Although e-learning technology and mobile learning technology are on the rise in the modern workplace, so are blended learning approaches and techniques.
In the modern workplace, you’ve been hearing a lot about personalized learning and adaptive learning and how important it is to tailor training materials to each individual learner. So, where and how does group-based training fit into the mix? When is it beneficial, and when does it not wind up doing much good? Keep reading […]
Yesterday, we shared “When to Partner with a Third Party for Training Programs.” Today’s post will explore more avenues for how you can partner with a third party once you’ve determined that it’s lucrative do so.
As the learning and development (L&D) department continues to become one of the most innovative departments inside its organizations, it’s starting to gain more and more responsibilities.