One of the biggest problems faced by organizations is ensuring that their employees retain the knowledge and skills taught in training programs. Learning needs to be continual, beyond the classroom or an online course, to ensure the effective performance of employees. What does it take to sustain the learning tempo? Microlearning can help in this aspect.
Checklists play a crucial role in our everyday lives. We have checklists for groceries, laundry, and even at work. We make checklists to ensure we don’t miss out anything. Similarly, it is important to have a checklist when designing an e-learning course because it records the things to remember and do, and acts as a ready reference.
Creating an e-learning course is not just dumping classroom content in a slide and deploying it online.The content needs to be organized in a way that helps learners understand, learn, and remember for a long period of time and it should help learners easily accommodate new information in their existing knowledge base. It should also be delivered to the right people, through the right devices. So how do you ensure it is organized, processed, and made available to the right people?
Nowadays many organizations are using game-based learning to meet their training needs.
According to a report published by MarketsandMarkets, the global market for a gamified solution is expected to touch the 11.1 billion USD mark by 2020, up from 1.65 billion USD in 2015, registering a massive compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 46.3%. Gamified courses go a long way in engaging learners effectively and creating a fun-filled learning environment and this is the key driver for the huge growth in its adoption. How can you create an effective gamified online course?
Articulate Storyline is one of the most preferred e-learning rapid authoring tools around the world. Wondering why it is so preferred?
Well, Articulate Storyline is very flexible and helps developers create online courses that support a wide variety of e-learning strategies. It helps create complex interactivities, assessments, and learning activities without having to depend on computer programmers, and helps develop courses that are interactive and sophisticated.
As sales people are always on move, it is difficult to train them. Most of them think training is simply not worth their time, especially in between their hectic schedules and sales targets. They think that sales training is very complex and unmemorable and they are right.
End-user training is a vital part of an ERP implementation and it is one of the most significant factors for the successful implementation of ERP software. But, many companies underestimate the need for ERP end-user training, which ultimately leads to ERP implementation failure. Besides this, ERP training is not like other training programs; end-users must know the different aspects of the ERP. Want to know what these aspects are?
All things being equal, people will do business with, and refer business to, those people they know, like, and trust.
- Bob Burg
Why are some sales people more successful than others? What does it take to convince the customer and make him buy the product? Well, a good salesperson has certain skills which go a long way in helping him perform this job effectively.
A penny saved is a penny earned. – Benjamin Franklin
E-learning budgets are limited and managers are under constant pressure to maximize the ROI on training. So, how can you reduce the cost of e-learning development? What does it take to see that you get the best value for your training expenditure? Well, you need to focus on a few critical aspects. Here is an info-graphic that list these aspects and explains why they are important.
E-learning is a highly effective training medium. According to a report released by IBM, companies who utilize online training tools and strategies have the potential to boost productivity by up to 50%. For every $1 that a company spends, it’s estimated that it can receive $30 worth of productivity.