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Lead the Way to Great Managers by Training them to Delegate

As a supervisor or manager, it is difficult to be a master of all trades. It is more likely that you and each individual employee has expertise they can bring to the table. A great leader is one that can delegate duties so that the manager can focus on the portion of their job that they do best, while individual employees can focus on their areas of expertise. Then, everyone can come together with the best version of the project. Continue reading

Do you really need e-learning for your employees?

E-learning is perceived as a competitive advantage for organizations, especially those that are multinational in nature and have a diverse workforce at different locations. Online education does have immense tangible and measurable benefits. But, blindly jumping into the bandwagon will not work. You need to gauge your requirement and plan your way forward. Use it only if you need it. Continue reading

Leap ahead with eLeaP Learning Management System – LMS

Here are some facts to ponder.

96% of users admit that their LMS affects their ability to track learner progress, positively.

55% of LMS users use a cloud-based system for advantages of faster implementation, and the ability to access the system remotely.

Only 9% of users say that their organization accesses its LMS with a smartphone.

The market for LMS software will reach $11 billion globally by 2020 Continue reading

Six Technological Trends That Can Help You Design Awesome E-learning Courses

Today, approximately forty-five percent of the population worldwide have access to the Internet, according to a report published by Internet Live Stats. Technology is making a positive impact on the way people learn. Learners can access training anytime and anywhere. Educational institutions and corporations are opting for online learning instead of physical classroom training. The bottom line is that technology can help you design learning that is more engaging and cost effective. Continue reading

E-Learning is Making Inroads in the Corporate World in the USA

E-learning refers to web-based learning. In the last decade, e-learning has enjoyed unparalleled growth, and the trend is expected to continue. The growth is not just dependent on the adult training industry. In the K12 arena too, online education is gaining popularity in leaps and bounds. But the growth mostly comes from large corporations that have realized the value of online education for their employees and are embracing it for its low cost and high result aspect. Continue reading

Content Management System VS Learning Management System – An Overview

When the time comes and you decide to update your business operations, you must make use of the latest information systems available for automating the way you execute work in the business place; basically, your business processes. For this, you must read ahead, to get an overview of content management system vs learning management system, so you can select the right system for your business. And then there’s Learning Content Management System too. If you’re interested in implementing a learning management system or a learning content management system, here are 7 steps to help you get started. Continue reading

Exploring Personal Learning Paths and How to Maximize Them with eLeaP

The concept of a learning path considers training employees on an ongoing process, rather than a one-time event. Growing companies with emerging leaders are increasingly seeing this is the most efficient way to ensure a well-trained, highly productive workforce. Continue reading

Big Courses Delivered In Small Chunks: Hottest 2014 Training Trend

While breaking big courses down into small chunks is one of the hottest e-learning trends in 2014, the concept originated nearly 60 years ago.

In 1956, George A. Miller, a cognitive psychologist at Princeton University, suggested in a research paper that the average human can retain seven items in his or her working memory at any one time, plus or minus two. We now refer to this as “Miller’s Law.” Long before corporate training was delivered online, “Miller’s Law” was an industry standard in determining how much information should be covered at one sitting. Continue reading

Why your Company Needs a Chief Learning Manager

American companies spend more than $130 billion a year on training their staff. Despite efforts by employers to give their workers the chance to learn new skills and absorb more knowledge, only 30 percent of U.S. employees describe themselves as “engaged at work” according to a recent Gallup study.

What is even more disconcerting is that these numbers have barely budged over the last 12 years. Continue reading

Why Cross-Training Through E-Learning Makes Corporate Sense

Today’s companies must respond quickly to sudden influxes of business and rapidly changing markets. Because of this, an increasing number of businesses are using e-learning to cross-train their employees so they are able to perform several jobs within the organization. Continue reading