Often when redesigning a training program, the goal is to accelerate a course, i.e., convert one week of classroom training to one day of elearning. How would you feel about doing the opposite and making a course longer? Spreading Your Elearning Out In 2011, one UK-based organization redesigned its training. Mobile was becoming so widely used among its employees that it decided to change the way it delivered training content.
People’s opinions on the effectiveness of eLearning vary based on their own experiences. Determining what is true and what is myth can be challenging. Based on the 20 years of experience Interactive Services has in designing and developing custom eLearning solutions for compliance, sales, manufacturing and technology, our company has addressed a number of popular myths about eLearning. 5 eLearning Myths Exposed 1. If you build it, they will come This mantra can be the downfall for many companies.
The retail industry has gone through a major transformation. The growth of mobile e-commerce has resulted in a global shift from traditional bricks and mortar businesses to online stores. Retail organizations don’t see a move toward e-commerce as just another means of generating business — most now see it as essential in order to: Compete as well as reduce their costs. Benefit from the opportunity to diversify their business. Gain a market share that would otherwise be unavailable to them. Mobile e-commerce has presented the retail industry with a new challenge also – enhanced consumer knowledge.
Onboarding and New Hire Training Programs: Taking a Blended Approach In today’s talent-driven world, attracting and retaining great people is a real priority. An organization’s outlook and approach to talent development and its onboarding process are vital for long-term success.