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. In 2014 we will pause to evaluate, polish and perfect these and other recent innovations. Take a look at our collection of examples and advice below to help you refine your training solutions and achieve lasting performance results.
5 Learning Trends
Get Better Business Results in 2015
A look at training trends to make the best use of your budget and have a real impact on the bottom line.
Customer experience, more than ever, is your brand. See how consumer education accelerates sales and generates stronger ROI.
Need a reason to focus on consumer education? See leading research on consumer education in an informative infographic.
2014 Trends -
The Big No Trend
Thoughts on pausing to evaluate innovations, focus on applying what we have learned, and incorporate appropriate technologies to our projects.
Motion Graphics: Increasing the Effectiveness through Storytelling
Our experts discuss the benefits of motion graphics in training as well as best practices for making it both meaningful and entertaining.
Stand Out – Top 3 Corporate Training Trends & Tips
Allen’s industry experts evaluate corporate training trends. See how these approaches can help drive improved engagement, impact, and performance.
The Millennials are coming.
Are you ready?
Millennials comprise the largest generation since the baby boomers, we share 3 proven strategies to engage these learners and generate results.
Get On the Curve
Maximize your Training Dollars
Behaviors and strategies translated into best practices. Be Proactive, Focus and Scaffold, and Look Beyond Your Current Assets.
The Future of Mobile Learning
Take a closer look at how mobile learning is affecting the training industry.