The Choose Your Own Adventure book series, which many adults may remember from childhood, involved the use of branching logic to engage readers. Continue reading
The Choose Your Own Adventure book series, which many adults may remember from childhood, involved the use of branching logic to engage readers. Continue reading →
The bulk of training dollars is spent on teaching employees job functions, such as how to use specific equipment or follow set processes to create products and services.
And yet, when asked what makes their employees valuable, most business owners cite a completely different skill set than straight technical and functional skills.
We live in the information age, when data flows freely and in all directions at a finger’s click on a keyboard.
But as more and more businesses are discovering, having great data is not the same thing as using great data effectively. Continue reading →
Angel Cabrera, president of George Mason University, believes that employees who think business is nothing more than making money are short-changing their corporations. Continue reading →
Sir Richard Branson doesn’t mince words about the importance of training in startup businesses.
In a blog posting called How to Train Your Employees published on www.entrepreneur.com, the founder of Virgin Group with its 400 companies around the world lays out his strategy:
“The first goal of any new business is simply to survive. One of the best ways to do this is by hiring excellent people who believe in your company and share your goals, and then by helping them to learn and improve their skills. This isn’t optional.” Continue reading →
Startups should invest in customized online employee training programs to clearly communicate expectations, goals, mission, values, job roles and more. Failure to train from day one is costly in three key areas: Continue reading →
When a business wants its staff to embrace e-learning, it is often assumed that the motivational techniques to get them to finish courses will be different from traditional training methods. Continue reading →
Everyone can be taught skills, but the manner and pace at which employees absorb knowledge is increasingly vital as corporate America turns to e-learning for training. Continue reading →
It is a misconception that the primary reason your workers aren’t responding to e-learning opportunities is because they are resistant to change. That may be true in some cases, but the overwhelming reason is they don’t feel they have the time. Continue reading →
How we learn as individuals and as corporate team members is changing fast, and the pace will continue this year. E-learning is expected to grow globally at an average of 23 percent in the years from now until 2017 according to www.elearningindustry.com, the leading source on the industry. Continue reading →
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