Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) is one of the world’s most dynamic markets. Rapid innovations and frequent new product launches are part of everyday life in this industry. For learning and development (L&D) professionals, the FMCG industry poses many unique challenges. Today, FMCG companies are increasingly turning to new training technologies and online learning (e-learning) strategies. These solutions bring many advantages and help companies to maintain a smarter, more flexible workforce. As a result, companies remain competitive.
By Kasper Spiro | 27-12-2018
In our most recent monthly training session, we switched things up a little and decided to ask our customers to send in their courses to be reviewed by our e-learning experts. We picked three submissions for a live review during the session. The idea was a great success. Over 60 Easygenerator users signed up for the webinar!
By Kasper Spiro | 9-12-2018
Microlearning has emerged as one of the fastest, most cost-effective tools for imparting new skills and knowledge to employees. That’s because, in addition to saving time and money, it’s also extremely effective. Microlearning means using small pieces of content to train employees or provide on-demand information. Here are the top five advantages of making microlearning part of your organization’s e-learning strategy.
E-learning is changing our entire understanding of education. In the old days, learning was a fairly standardized process. Learners, whether at school or on the job, would sit through training sessions and lectures. Then they’d take a test to demonstrate the knowledge or skills they’d acquired. Sounds simple enough, but there are a growing number of reasons why this old-school approach to learning and development is out of touch with the real world we’re living in today. Here’s a quick guide to what e-learning is and how it’s already creating a new, improved learning experience that’s only getting bigger and better as we move forward.
By Kasper Spiro | 9-12-2018
E-learning is a rapidly expanding trend throughout the Learning and Development (L&D) world. Companies and educational institutions of all shapes and sizes are beginning to embrace online technologies to deliver effective educational content to their learners. There are many different reasons for doing so. Yet, no matter what the reasons are behind an organization’s decision to migrate to e-learning, the benefits simply cannot be understated.
E-learning provides a wealth of benefits for companies compared with conventional training methods. That’s because it helps companies stay competitive by keeping their workforce better educated. It helps them train employees faster than ever, often at a fraction of the cost of traditional training methods. Many companies have known about these advantages for years, but there’s a new benefit that we are only beginning to grasp: did you know that e-learning also helps you attract and retain top talent? Here are seven ways e-learning can give your business the competitive advantage.
SCORM can be of great value to professionals working in the field of e-learning. But not everyone knows what it is or how it can be used. With 2019 only a few weeks away, it is time for a small refresher on SCORM and its benefits.
The LMS (Learning management system) has been around since the early 90s. The LMSs we see today have evolved, but their basic features remain the same. An LMS handles the management and delivery of learning content. Does this definition of an LMS still reflect today's learning needs? Do we still need LMSs, or is it time to update or even replace the definition of an LMS. This article helps you understand these questions and the challenges facing LMSs in 2019. It also looks at a new generation of learning management systems on the rise.
By Kasper Spiro | 3-10-2018
Recognition for Easygenerator’s accomplishments with implementing Employee-generated Learning at large organizations.