Find out which method will help your sales reps remember the content for a longer term and make them achieve their targets soon.
Learning takes place with or without formal training. Organizations that recognize this and smoothen the process survive in tomorrow’s workplace. They need to create a learning ecosystem where employees can learn, share, and interact with each other easily.
E-learning is different from m-learning in many aspects – variable screen size, GUI, access, scrolling, interface, and compatibility. Read more.
This info-graphic shares very useful tips to create the combine e-learning and m-learning to deliver effective blended online training.
Classroom training and eLearning are used extensively to deliver training. But, which of these media is more effective, Let’s see
This blog shares about the advantages and disadvantages of custom eLearning and off the shelf eLearning courses.
This blog help you know about the characteristics and differences of elearninf and mlearning.
This info-graphic intends to share how blended learning can be used to impart effective SAP training.
The blog examines about suitability of both classroom and eLearning medium in the context of exact training requirements.
In the changing and competitive marketplace, blended learning, which combines online and classroom, could be effective in training sales personnel.
Blended learning is the latest trend in corporate training, as the right blend helps improve employee performance and increase ROI. But how do you determine the right blend? How do you decide which component should go where in blended learning? Check this blog for answers.
Why blended learning? Standard online or face-to-face training programs are no longer enough for today’s learners. They need engaging and effective instruction, without sitting through hours of boring sessions. The solution? Blended learning!