A Learning Management System (LMS) is a powerful, dynamic application that facilitates smooth training delivery to learners. Organizations are increasingly depending on best-in-class LMSs to foster a learning culture to meet business goals. Before you plan to invest in an LMS, you need to ask yourself a few questions. These are listed in the infographic below.
Articulate recently launched Articulate 360 to meet the online learning development needs of the 21st century, such as creating device-agnostic courses and video-based training modules.
Articulate 360 comprises 9 software applications, of which Storyline 360 is the most important.
Virtual training is fast gaining foothold in corporate training, as it allows employees to enjoy the benefits of a live classroom session without the associated costs. Learners and instructors can be at different places, across the globe, yet interact with each other. Learners can also answer poll questions, raise doubts, and discuss with peers.
Are you a project manager handling e-learning projects? Are you worried of cost overruns and delays? Well, no more worries. Here is an infographic on tips to overcome cost and time overruns in e-learning projects.
Are you investing in a multimedia authoring software tool? Do you know what features these authoring tools come with? Which features should you look out for? Well, check our infographic for the same.
Learner engagement is vital to achieve the desired objectives of an e-learning course. Designing an elearning course where the learner simply has to click the “Next” button to go through pages and pages of information may not be the best way to engage your learners. Then, how can we engage learners?
One of the most important factors for the success of ERP software implementation is end-user training. If the end-users of the software do not know how to work on it, then the software will not yield the desired result; which means your ERP implementation will fail. In many organizations, end-user training is usually an afterthought in most ERP projects. This is because the ERP implementation partners only train the trainers and are very expensive, so the budget becomes unviable when it comes to end-user training. In addition to this, organizations may not have a specialized team to develop these training programs.
Many organizations use eBooks to train their employees. These eBooks can be in the form of product manuals, user guides, etc., which can be accessed from their mobile devices. EPUB is the most common format to publish eBooks on multiple digital devices.
How can you train your Gen-Y sales team online to achieve their quotas? What does it take to harness the full potential of e-learning to ensure your sales reps perform well? Well, you need to use micro-learning to provide the needed knowledge and skills to your millennial sales staff.
It is no secret that effective sales training is the key behind an efficient and productive sales force. But organizations now-a-days are releasing products at a faster pace than before. Therefore, to help the sales staff be efficient, training given to them about the new products should be in sync with the new products. A few factors such as involving the team from the beginning of the product development, customizing training, developing sales readiness and more, can be considered while training the sales force for a new product launch.