This year, we've taken the 5 most popular training trends that we've encountered to illustrate why each is more than just a trend. Moreover, we share how we used each trend effectively with our clients to turn it into a strategic initiative.
With most browsers dropping Flash support, it’s time to make the jump from Flash-based training to HTML5. But converting your content is more than a technology change. It also creates an opportunity to add purpose and design to legacy courses.
It's important to know when training may not be the right fit, needs to be combined with another tactic or should be tweaked. See our list of 7 common corporate training myths and the facts to set each myth straight.
Many L&D departments are using marketing techniques to plan and promote their training initiatives. To explore this, we surveyed 248 companies about how L&D is viewed in their company, the roles of marketing and L&D, engagement, and branding in training.
Trends allow training programs to keep up with the changes our learners face. To make analysis easier, we curated the top 10 training trends and analyzed each to see what worked, what didn't, and what’s on the rise.
Technology is changing how learners find and consume information. Download now to see how microlearning can get results by empowering employees with the access to and control over information they want in the workplace.
This whitepaper provides critical strategies that are giving retailers a competitive advantage. Want to create loyal customers with highly engaged employees? Now is the time to compete and win.
When used effectively, these trends can help you solve problems and meet needs. Learn how to use the 2015 trends to boost your bottom line.
You can get the benefits of engaged employees by supporting them in ways they’re used to learning. Include short, focused content to make your training better. Download this microlearning strategy guide to help you design the right curriculum.