Culture Change (Line Dance?) Or Culture Transformation (Moonwalk?)

Culture change and cultural transformation look similar, but aren’t: culture change involves "the way we do things around here" (think process) while cultural transformation means a complete reassessment and overhaul of an organization’s character.

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How To Change The Conversation To Change Organizational Culture

In today’s lightning-fast business market, companies cannot afford to ignore broken systems and cultures. Smart businesses are changing their organizational culture by utilizing tools that fix workflow, communication, accountability, and more.

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Leveraging xAPI For Tangible Learning Value And Business Results

Learning practitioners don't appreciate that they're living in a wonderful time. Technology offers the ability to target learning interventions and deliver precise outcomes. Unfortunately, some practitioners resist this new reality. For those with foresight, the time has come to show value for learning.

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Leave The Old Behind: How To Phase Into Modern Digital Learning

Organizations need to embrace modern digital learning techniques and technology if they want their L&D programs to be effective once again. As to how to go about phasing into modern digital learning from their old ways, this is what will be discussed in this article.

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How To Incorporate Immersive Learning Into Your Digital Learning Program

Immersive learning provides learners with an engaging environment that is highly interactive both virtually as well as physically, putting them in the middle of a learning experience. In this article, we'll see how corporate organizations can incorporate immersive learning into their L&D programs.

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Giving L&D The KISS Of Life

Giving learning interventions the KISS of life mitigates the risk of boring our audiences to death. Why? Simply because if we make things difficult to understand people switch off, lose interest, or become bored. So, the KISS acronym reminds us of the design principle to “keep it simple, stupid.”

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