At Allen, we have the privilege of serving a large and diverse customer base with over 100 distinct projects every year. One of the greatest advantages our organization has is the opportunity to forecast and track trends as they start to grow. However, the training industry’s perpetual search for the next big trend can sometimes mean that we never fully take advantage of what we have in front of us. The past few years have brought a crescendo of new technologies, innovative structures, economic constraints and changes in customers’ needs. Take a look at our collection of examples and advice below to help you refine your training solutions and achieve lasting performance results.
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As learning and development people, we at Allen are always looking to stay on top of the industry. We brainstorm, share articles, talk over ideas and collaborate to find the best techniques to meet our clients’ goals. But as learning …Read more »
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The past few years have brought a crescendo of new technologies, trends, and changes in customers’ needs. In 2014 we will pause to evaluate, polish, and perfect these and other recent innovations. Take a look at our advice for using …Read more »
Pausing to perfect and polish trends from 2013 leads us to… no trend in 2014. It comes as no surprise that our most popular blogs and articles tend to focus on the “next big development” or an evaluation of trends …Read more »
Engage Millennials – Whitepaper Engage Millennials – Case Studies Millennials are the largest generation since the baby boomers. In fact, they’ll make up 36% of the workforce by 2014. As learning professionals, we know we have to keep up with …Read more »
The Future of Mobile Learning infographic. See what training and development professionals have to say.