Why Learning Ιs Τhe Foundation Οf Α Solid Talent Strategy

The opportunity to develop skills and knowledge is high on the list of important factors to today's workforce. The most progressive organization's are recognizing learning is as much about recruitment and retention as it is about development. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

3 Instructional Design Strategies To Increase Employee Buy-In For A New Initiative

Employee buy-in is one of the most important factors affecting the successful implementation of an organizational initiative. In this article, I will present 3 strategies to consider when developing training that will maximize employee buy-in for a new initiative. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

How To Facilitate Both Intrinsic And Extrinsic Motivation In eLearning

While externally motivating factors like grades and points are quantifiable and concrete, intrinsic motivation is more difficult to get a handle on. So how do we facilitate intrinsic motivation, particularly in relation to eLearning, in a fashion that doesn’t take away from extrinsic motivation? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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.