Emphases on content, delivery, and compliance issues often trump other key components of developing corporate training. Learn 5 common pain points and how to break out of this myopic view so your next eLearning program will inspire your learners and get the results you’ve been missing. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
How will your company effectively train and develop a global workforce? Should you manage the process at the hub of your corporate Learning and Development operations or push this task to the local office? In this article, we'll compare centralized vs. de-centralized localization strategies. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
When embarking on any new project, it's an excellent, fresh and unique opportunity to start creating something compelling. It is in the role of the L&D manager, where you assist in the organization's success by coaching and developing people, where lies this excellent opportunity. For all the ins and outs of best practices for L&D managers, keep reading about Inno-Versity's approach towards creating custom eLearning solutions for corporate training. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
While English is the native language for companies headquartered in the US, when these companies need to train or educate an audience in another country, the message must be conveyed in a language and style the learner can understand. This article evaluates the impact and ROI of localization. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Compliance matters, for the simple reason that the regulatory framework which is set in place establishes the authority of your company. It helps to protect data, prevent security breaches and avoid serious penalties, bankruptcy or criminal prosecution. If that isn't a good incentive to comply, then I don't know what is. Truth be told, it isn't enough to set industry standards. They also need to be transferred upon the employees. To do this effectively you need a perfectly working tool which engages its employees in a fun and lighthearted manner. After which all information is retained. That retention is worth its weight in gold. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.