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Subject Matter Experts in L&D: Who they are and why you need them

On May 16, 2019, Posted by , In Best practices,Opinion, By , , With Comments Off on Subject Matter Experts in L&D: Who they are and why you need them

An instructional designer, a learning technologist, and a training facilitator walk into a meeting room. What happens next? Nothing! Because they’re missing an important member of the team. Someone who’ll lay the foundations for training to come. That person, of course, is the SME. But what does SME stand for?…

What Is Learning Agility, And How Do You Nurture It?

On April 10, 2019, Posted by , In Agile,eLearning,Opinion,Talent development, With Comments Off on What Is Learning Agility, And How Do You Nurture It?

In his 1970 book, Future Shock, American Author Alvin Toffler wrote that “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn”. What he was explaining was the learning agility definition. And he was way ahead of…

Private cloud vs on-premise: Which is better for your organization?

On February 14, 2019, Posted by , In eLearning,Opinion,Resources & tools, With Comments Off on Private cloud vs on-premise: Which is better for your organization?

Whether you’re running an internet business or operate in a more traditional industry, choosing the right hosting model for your company’s online services is an important step. So, before you make a choice, it is imperative that you have done a thorough private cloud vs on-premise comparison. In this post,…

Rethinking Compliance Training in eLearning: Part 2

On January 19, 2018, Posted by , In Corporate news,eLearning,Opinion, With Comments Off on Rethinking Compliance Training in eLearning: Part 2

In the first post we looked at some of the problems associated with a lot of compliance training. It can be tedious, uninspiring and not particularly effective – it may satisfy a requirement to perform the infamous “sheep dip” training session, but that doesn’t mean that their behavior will change. Faced…

Rethinking Compliance Training in eLearning: Part 1

On January 19, 2018, Posted by , In Corporate news,eLearning,Opinion, With Comments Off on Rethinking Compliance Training in eLearning: Part 1

Nobody working in the world of eLearning can get far without getting involved in some form of compliance training. On the one hand, it’s the bread and butter for many eLearning designers (according to Charles Jennings, 80% of all eLearning in Australia has to do with compliance), and there seem to…

4 Unique Benefits of Moving your Corporate Compliance Training Online

On January 19, 2018, Posted by , In Corporate news,eLearning,Instructional design,Opinion,Resources & tools,Talent development, With Comments Off on 4 Unique Benefits of Moving your Corporate Compliance Training Online

In business, as in life, some things we do because we must, and others because they are good for us. Corporate compliance training fits both categories. Sure, it might make for tedious reading material, but it’s there to ensure that your employees do their job properly, without negatively impacting your customers,…