Category Archives: Disrupting Learning

multimedia solution

Make the Case for A Multimedia Solution At Your Company

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As humans become more comfortable will technology (think Millennials and their successor Gen Z), employees will no longer be interested in Powerpoint and printed handout manuals. A multimedia solution is quickly becoming the norm for thriving organizations with 93% of teams seeing a video as essential to communication and 67% of respondents planning to increase their video budget according to a leading internal communication research and training organization.

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4 Ways to Create an Ideal Learning Space

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We’ve talked about the best way to create a personal learning environment and how to create a company culture that embraces training. But when talking about actual, physical space, the discussion shifts a little. While the cultural tone and the availability of digital learning can definitely enhance a learner’s experience, the way your space is set up could be a help–or a roadblock.

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learning and development

How Learning and Development Can Help You Bridge the Corporate Cliques

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As digital learning professionals, we’ll admit it: those who work in corporate training aren’t usually seen as the “cool kids in class.” As part of HR, learning and development can sometimes get an inherently negative reputation based on employee experiences with HR in the past.

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Training Shelf Life: Redesign Your Digital Learning So it Doesn’t Go Stale

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When we talk about training “shelf life,” we’re defining how long content stays fresh, engaging, and relevant without a redesign. Too often training is designed with the idea that it’ll be perpetually evergreen and always applicable. Of course, those who have taken a course with actors in bell bottoms and aviators can tell you that old, irrelevant content can be spotted a mile away.

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collaborative learning

Together, Apart: Collaborative Learning With a Global Team

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In a perfect world, each training session would find your entire team in the same room, learning from each other, and building lasting team relationships. But with business expansion, teams are finding themselves all over the country, even the world. Through satellite offices, telecommuting, and global branches it means that your organization doesn’t have to be in the same time zone, let alone the same room in order to have a learning session. But what about collaborative learning?

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landscape

Business Landscapes Are Changing, Let Your Employees Know They’re Valued

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Today’s business landscape means that no two days are the same. Industries are changing; you’ve probably learned that if your business doesn’t adapt, you could all too easily be left in your competitor’s dust. But where does that leave your employees? As you adapt to a changing landscape, you expect your employees to follow suit. As roles change, however, you might find that you’re inadvertently tapping into their greatest fears: becoming obsolete.

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corporate training

The Top 10 Requested Corporate Learning Blog Topics for 2016

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From marketing to microlearning, we’re always getting requests for blogs and questions about trends and best practices in corporate learning. Luckily, we’ve also been cultivating our own library of articles, opinions, and expertise, all while keeping track of the trends. As 2016 winds to a close, we wanted to take stock of some of the most requested corporate learning blog topics for the year (and show you where to find the answers to all of your burning blog-based questions).

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pokemon go, learning, elearning

How to Get Your Learners as Addicted as Pokemon Go Players

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You can barely go online–let alone leave your house–without meeting a barrage of Pokemon Go players hunting for a Jigglypuff or looking for tips to level up. As of last month, the game boasts 21,000,000 active users and cranked up Nintendo’s stock price 120 percent, with the price of Nintendo-related paraphernalia going up 200 percent in the wake of its July release.

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growth marketing, learning and development

How Learning And Development Is Your Secret Sauce to Growth Marketing

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Co-Authored by our co-founders: Andrew Fayad and Simon Casuto

Believe it or not, your Learning and Development (L&D) department is the key to getting your growth marketing strategies on point. You want a consistent, engaged, and loyal audience, right? Well, so does the L&D department, they just do it internally.

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diversity, diversity and inclusion

Why We Need To Expand The Definition of Workplace Diversity

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A 2014 study by SAP had some interesting findings about workplace diversity:

When polled about the biggest concerns being faced by HR managers surrounding diversity at work, 60 percent cited employees’ lack of interest in assimilating workplace values, 50 percent were worried about conflicting generational values, and 47 percent said that they were concerned about the so-called “unrealistic expectations of millennial employees.”

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