Given the growing training needs inside organizations today -- the the massive amount of content needed to carry out that training -- many organizations are facing the challenge of simply not having enough instructional designers or learning and development professionals to build a sufficient...
As we've written previously in our blog, one of the biggest resources needed to build learning content is time.
One of the biggest challenges of delivering courses is obsolescence: as soon as learners in your organization complete the courses you've worked so hard to build, the content is no longer relevant and you now find yourself having to start all over again.
While we've blogged before about the need to leverage internal talent as subject matter experts (SMEs) to create courses, we always feel the need to reiterate the importance of establishing this internal best practice.
If we can build slideshows in PowerPoint and record videos on YouTube, why do we need separate software to create training?