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  • [2009] Microlearning eBook: When Smart Met Beautiful
    study published in a 2009 issue of Applied Cognitive Psychology found that 90 percent of participants’’. elmelm elm This is Your Brain on Microlearning: The Neuroscience Behind Bite-Sized Education Think about where you get most of your facts and food. for thought nowadays. More likely than not, it’s not from a. textbook or a long form article you’ve read, but something. short and snappy you saw on your Facebook feed, Tumblr, or other social media channel. This is microlearning, and it. means that the information you read on Twitter is, in fact, considered learning. the human mind works.
  • [2009] How to Build a 21st Century Learning Ecosystem
    Archives “Time-to-Develop-One-Hour-of-Training” 2009 7. How to Build a 21st Century. Learning Ecosystem LEARN BETTER, WORK BETTER: 2Technology is moving faster than ever. And with it, the skills and resources people need to do their best. work are rapidly changing. Recognizing this, organizations large and small are throwing huge sums of money at employee. development. But their efforts to close the digital skills gap, amplify employee engagement, and. strengthen cultures are generally failing. 21st century employees are different, from the way they engage in workplace tasks to how they.
  • [2009] How to Build a 21st Century Learning Ecosystem
    Archives “Time-to-Develop-One-Hour-of-Training” 2009 7. How to Build a 21st Century. Learning Ecosystem LEARN BETTER, WORK BETTER: 2Technology is moving faster than ever. And with it, the skills and resources people need to do their best. work are rapidly changing. Recognizing this, organizations large and small are throwing huge sums of money at employee. development. But their efforts to close the digital skills gap, amplify employee engagement, and. strengthen cultures are generally failing. 21st century employees are different, from the way they engage in workplace tasks to how they.
  • [2009] Bite Size Is the Right Size: How Microlearning Shrinks the Skills Gap
    The Association for Talent Development, Learning Circuits Archives “Time-to-Develop-One-Hour-of-Training” 2009 11. Bite Size Is the Right. Size Learn more at www.grovo.com How Microlearning Shrinks the Skills Gap | 1 | 2 Why This Matters to You Attention spans are dropping at the same time technology is advancing, leading to a digital. skills gap costing the U.S. economy $1.3 trillion annually in lost productivity (equivalent to a. loss of $10 million per 1,000 employees). Therefore there’s an ever-growing need for new. learners and meets the required objectives of. Failure to do so is.
  • [2009] Bite Size Is the Right Size: How Microlearning Shrinks the Skills Gap
    The Association for Talent Development, Learning Circuits Archives “Time-to-Develop-One-Hour-of-Training” 2009. Bite Size Is the Right Size Learn more at www.grovo.com How Microlearning Shrinks the Skills Gap | 1 | 2 Why This Matters to You Attention spans are dropping at the same time technology is advancing, leading to a. digital skills gap costing the U.S. economy $1.3 trillion in lost productivity (equivalent to a. loss of $10 million per 1,000 employees). Therefore there’s an ever-growing need for new. learners and meets the required objectives. effective manner possible. 
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  • [2009] Managing Millennial's - Tailoring Your Onboarding, Training Strategy to a Younger Workforce
    He has a point: a 2009 Deloitte survey of gen Y’ers found that over 60. 2TABLE OF CONTENTS 03 MANAGING MILLENNIALS: INFOGRAPHIC. 05 INTRODUCTION 06 PART ONE: AT FIRST SIGHT. GETTING TO KNOW THE MILLENNIAL WORKFORCE) 09 PART TWO: LAWS OF ATTRACTION. ACTIVELY RECRUITING A MILLENNIAL WORKFORCE) 12 PART THREE: THE HONEYMOON PHASE. ONBOARDING TECHNIQUES) 15 CASE STUDY: THE ADOBE NEW EMPLOYEE SUCCESS PROGRAM 17 PART FOUR: RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT. and replace millennials. is higher than an. experienced employee, but they have tremendous. potential and real worth. The trick to making. memory.
 

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