In a former life, I worked as a health educator. I still love building this type of instruction. But here’s the thing. Changing people’s health behavior is very difficult, which shouldn’t be a surprise to people who develop workplace instruction. Work behavior is hard to change, just like health behavior. This article will explain an important reason why changing thinking and behavior is so difficult. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
The role of microlearning comes into place as an innovative way to deliver short pieces of information to enable employees to acquire new skills and succeed in the digital world. Interactive video nuggets, short infographics, mini-games, quizzes, and others are considered as the best choice. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
How can companies efficiently use digitization for themselves and at the same time implement visionary learning visions? The German chemical and pharmaceutical group, Merck, and the global automotive supplier, Continental, make it clear how essential the subject of learning is for the company's success. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
There’s plenty of evidence, both anecdotal and empirical, that if you try to teach someone new things when they are anxious, the result is often counterproductive. So, what can employers do to help transform a steep learning experience into a more genial and smooth learning curve? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Telecommunications conglomerates have hundreds of subsidiaries spanning across all five continents, and hundreds of thousands of employees that require proper training. eLearning can help address all these training needs in the most efficient manner. In this article, we’ll discuss how. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Cult. A word that sends shivers down the spine of most people. It's more ambiguous when the word ‘learning’ comes before ‘culture’. But ask those leading ‘learning cultures’, and they'll say it's never about learning; it's about the contribution learning makes to results. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.