Artificial Intelligence (AI) is slowly paving the way for a more advanced, sophisticated and future-proof workforce despite growing concerns over job-loss and unemployment. So, how can organizations address these concerns and encourage employees to embrace AI? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
As an L&D manager, you are often looking to change a work culture for the better—sometimes, the goal is to help adjust a specific individual's behavior. And preferably, that behavioral change would have a permanent effect instead of a mere temporary one. But how do you make it all last? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
With all these new technological advancements, it makes sense that the use of smartphones plays a much stronger role in life nowadays, especially in the life of younger generations. Learners are quite literally flooded with distractions in all kinds of digital shapes and sizes. Simultaneously, they have instant access to infinite amounts of information. It's increasingly hard for Learning and Development (L&D) to compete with social media and apps as well as everything that can be found on the internet. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Creating a successful eLearning program requires techniques to engage your employees and contractors and help them retain knowledge. Large enterprises also need to be adaptable for different departments for a geographically-dispersed learner base. Here are 6 proven eLearning techniques for enterprises that work. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.