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10 Reasons to Invest in Employee Training

With the explosion in educational content on the web, you often read about how employees can learn on their own, watching videos and reading articles. To the extent that you are looking for basic knowledge (STEM) and general skills (e.g. using popular software products) this is true. But when it...

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How to Scale your Training Department

Many small and medium sized businesses (SMB) face serious challenges in scaling quality online training. Hiring a dedicated training manager is often the first step in addressing this issue, but in many organizations, this position remains unfilled until it becomes painfully obvious that the...

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What Is Content Curation and Why Should You Care?

Studies show that the majority corporate “eLearning” programs are ineffective and limited in use, other than mandatory compliance training. Today’s modern learner has little use for linear courses that are nothing more than animated slides designed for consumption in a Learning Management...

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How to Determine Whether Digital Training Is Right for your Company?

It’s actually a very simple answer. In today’s day and age, every company wants to provide great digital training to their employees and customers! With millennials becoming the majority of the workforce and mobile devices becoming the principal way people access the Internet, it just makes...

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Why small and medium sized businesses need to train their employees online

If you follow any of the industry publications and pundits, you will find that online training dominates the conversation. For the last 15 years “eLearning” has been the buzz. Yet at the same time, there is a significant dissatisfaction with “eLearning” and still a huge amount of instructor-led...

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Are you ready for the shift to curation?

One basic assumption in Learning and Development organizations for the last 15 years has been that you need specialized instructional designers using specialized authoring tools to build specialized learning content. What if that assumption is not true? What if the majority of the time you don’t...

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