Choosing the right e-learning or authoring software for your organization can be the difference between an unresolved backlog of training requests and expensive maintenance costs, and accelerating your organization’s skill-set and success (and within budget).
By Danielle Agass | 7-06-2019
Knowledge management is a collaborative process that enables the retention and sharing of expertise in an organization. It aims to maximize the productivity of an organization through sharing success stories and best practices. Tapping in on that knowledge can cut the repetition of mistakes.
By Danielle Agass | 5-06-2019
When you’re new to e-learning, finding the right e-learning or authoring software can be a daunting task. Do you create courses in-house? Do you hire an external instructional designer? Do you need authoring software or an LMS?
In the fast-paced consumer goods industry, your e-learning software requirements become even more specific. L&D teams in the FMCG sector need to meet large volumes of training requests on ever-tighter budgets. You need to evaluate whether your e-learning software enables rapid turnaround on courses, whether it’s easy to localize courses for your global market, how easy it is to access and collaborate on courses, does it enable user-generated content creation?
By Valera Kontsedailo | 30-05-2019
Improvements to the co-authoring feature, replies to external reviewer comments and All-in-one template enhancements. Learn all about the most recent features and improvements that will help you share your knowledge more effectively.
In our latest monthly training session, we spoke with Electrolux and LECOM to discuss how they’re using a blended learning approach in their training and development.
Blended learning is a mix of traditional, often classroom-based, face-to-face training and online or e-learning.
By Danielle Agass | 22-05-2019
While recruitment is generally considered to be the hardest aspect in enticing a new employee, retention can often prove to be just as, if not, the hardest detail in doing so.
A low retention rate is the result of many factors, such as difficulties in fostering relationships with colleagues, an apathetic workplace or even absentee supervision. When it comes to challenges faced, problems in retention continue to reign for many organizations. Since no organization can thrive without its employees, an onboarding program that is constructive and comprehensive can help mitigate this issue.
By Danielle Agass | 14-05-2019
The enormous scope of the pharmaceutical industry creates significant pressures for learning and development (L&D) professionals when designing and rolling-out a broad spectrum of pharmaceutical training courses in the workplace.