Training managers often struggle to justify the impact of online training programs on employee performance. Using learning analytics can help managers identify the best training programs and strategies that give a great return on investment (ROI), on every dollar spent. But, many organizations view learning analytics as an expensive endeavor.
Many a times, organizations face the common challenge of developing high quality e-learning courses in less time and less cost. What could be the ideal solution to this?
Now-a-days, Social Media has become the main form of communication. Even in business, it is playing a vital role, enabling employees stay connected with vendors and customers. However, social media usage seems to be a scary topic for organizations, as it presents a lot of risks that can haunt the company, based on what employees speak/share on social media. So what do you think can help? To ensure effective social media usage, many companies have laid down social media policies.
Assessments form a crucial part of any training process. When it comes to assessing the product knowledge of the sales reps, assessments help training managers realize knowledge gaps if any, update the training courses, take measures to improve workforce performance, and much more.
With Google announcing it would stop supporting Flash content on Chrome, organizations are looking to convert their legacy courses to HTML5 to make them compatible with all browsers and mobile devices. But before you select an authoring tool for this purpose, there are a few things you should consider that will help you choose the right authoring based on your needs.
Sales are the main source of revenue for any organization. Product knowledge training plays a vital in improving the revenue of the organization by equipping sales teams for cross selling, up selling and multiple selling. So, it is important to ensure your product training material addresses all the required needs.
According to the eLearning magazine, in 2012, 50% of training hours are being deployed through eLearning, blended, online or virtual medium. Why is eLearning extensively used by organizations throughout the world? How can companies benefit from the use of this training medium? Let us see.