Talent Is King: Employee Lifecycle Tips To Help You Rule The Market

Making committed investments at every stage of the relationship with your employees will help keep your company competitive and relevant. Win the talent war by following these smart employee lifecycle management tips. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Driving Employee Performance Through Data Analytics

Learning practitioners ask us, “How do you get employees to apply what they learn?” and “How do you prove they actually apply those skills?”. By driving employee performance through a focused assessment strategy. Here's our experience working with a prominent Fortune 50 consumer electronics company. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Building An Effective Learning Culture – A Needed Revolution In Business Perspectives

Building an effective learning culture is not about the tools! It is about a revolutionary change in purpose and perspective. It is about coming to the realization that your business organization or higher learning organization is terribly out of sync with the realities unfolding in a connected global economy and world. It is about being proactive in a rapidly changing world. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

6 Tips For Developing The Most Effective Corporate Sales Training Program

When developing your annual training plan, it's easy to lump sales into your wider net of corporate training. But, doing so can be a recipe for unfinished courses, as sales has specific challenges and motivators with training. Doing it right, though, can lead to more productivity and completions. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Alternate Reality Games For Corporate Training: What About Participation?

In an ARG experience, the realism of the story is strong at the beginning and the player might not be sure whether they are even playing a game. This is particularly true in an entertainment ARG where 100% target audience participation is NOT required. In those instances, the ARG is often a tangential experience that enhances the main entertainment or learning objective. However, in business and education 100% target audience participation and completion is often necessary.

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