Imagine a classroom full of disengaged learners. It is obvious that the training program is headed for a failure. And you know that a poorly trained workforce is the perfect recipe for disaster.
Gone are the days of micromanaging how employees learn and work. Today’s workforce appreciates learning at its pace and time. So, you decide that e-learning implementation is the answer to effective training. Sounds simple, right? Unfortunately, it is impossible to turn into an e-learning hero overnight, just by championing its cause.
E-learning can prove to be the right training choice for any organization, if it is implemented correctly; however, that’s easier said than done. The reality is that training managers face innumerable challenges in e-learning implementation.
According to a survey by the Brandon Hall Group in 2016, implementing M-learning is among the top 3 priorities of organizations across the world. M-learning or mobile learning refers to any kind of learning that takes place through smartphones, tablets, phablets, netbooks, and digital readers.
Gone are the days when online training meant endless clicks on a PowerPoint Presentation or simply watching a lecture video. There is no one-size-fits-all strategy that works for online training. There are numerous online training trends that have evolved over the years and changed the way we design e-learning courses. While some of these trends have proven themselves time and again, there are a few other trends that are currently under the spotlight. Here’s the inside scoop on the online training trends that are making it big this year.