5 Considerations for Using MOOCs for Corporate Training MOOCs, for those who may not be familiar with the concept, are Massive Open Online Courses. Online access to learners is unlimited and the principle purpose of this type of education is to facilitate open communication between those who are teaching and those are learning. The potential of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) for learning at a corporate level is significant. But developing the right model for implementation and management of these courses is still a work in progress.
2015 Research Campaign: Measuring the Impact of Learning In 2014, Interactive Services completed it's first learning research project to determine what the future of blended learning would looked like. One of the most discussed elements that we got feedback on was measuring the impact of learning as part of a standard project delivery.
Anti-money Laundering Compliance: Five Statistics You Should Be Aware Of Money laundering is one of the biggest challenges facing the modern organization. Proactive identification of risks posed by customers and consistent monitoring of all financial activities are essential to ensure that compliance programs align with regulatory expectations and requirements. In this article, we will explore some of the key statistics of a 2014 Global Anti-Money Laundering survey. It provides a comprehensive overview of the state of anti-money laundering (AML) and the new challenges it presents for the modern organization. 1.
Blended Learning 2015: What does it look like? Blended learning has changed. No longer is defined by classroom training with online learning components added to it. As new technologies emerged and learner behaviour and attitudes have evolved, blended learning models have taken new shape and form. In 2014, Interactive Services ran a comprehensive research campaign to gather survey-driven data on the topic of blended learning and what the future of learning looks like.
5 Ways to Overcome Information Security Compliance Challenges ‘Cyber-attacks increase amid mounting security concerns in global industries’ Headlines like the above are commonplace in the media today. It seems like each time we open a newspaper, switch on our TV, or go online, we are confronted with a new case of an information security breach. In 2014, a study on data breach preparedness confirmed that 43% of US organizations had a data breach in the past year and that this figure is growing.
5 Ways to Make Training Real in the Workplace There is no doubt about it – training is most effective when it reflects what employees experience in their day-to-day jobs. Every training programme should bring learners as close to what they experience in their work environment as possible. In this way, they identify with their training and it transfers knowledge and skills that are both relevant and beneficial to them and the business. In 2014, Interactive Services carried out a research campaign to determine what blended learning would look like in 2015.
5 Considerations for the Gamification of Corporate Training An increasing number of organizations are turning to gamification. It has been tried and tested at corporate level to increase learner engagement and has met with varying degrees of success. In 2014, Gartner reported that by 2015, 50% of organizations managing innovation processes will gamify aspects of their business.
Mobile Learning in Corporate Training: Tablet vs. Smartphone The world is obsessed with mobile!We just can’t seem to live without it, right? If we’re not texting family or friends, we’re sharing the latest news updates or checking out the latest app we’ve downloaded – it’s fair to say, we’re on our phones round the clock! Considering our level of mobile usage, it is hardly surprising that mobile Learning has become a popular element in blended training.