If we can build slideshows in PowerPoint and record videos on YouTube, why do we need separate software to create training?
Few can take on more work: we're all at capacity nowadays.
So how can you get subject matter experts (SMEs) to help the learning organization? As they are not on your team, how can you get SMEs to take time out of their busy schedules to write content that forms courses which others in your...
Time is the most precious resource when building courses. The longer the time needed to build and deliver a course, the greater the risk to the organization.
Aside from hours lost to productivity in the L&D department, learners are prevented from using their acquired knowledge and skills in...
In today's increasingly projectized world, aren't we all project managers? We are constantly finding ourselves in team environments needing to initiate, plan, execute, and monitor projects -- all with a substantial amount of reporting and analytics built in.
One of the pain points of building courses is obsoletion: just as you hit the "Publish" button, the clock is counting down to the point at which the information delivered in the course becomes outdated or irrelevant.