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Ecommerce: One Size Does Not Fit All

The Performance Improvement Blog

Why do online shopping experiences have to be so difficult? It’s as if companies forget everything they know about customer service when they build a Web site. A New York Times article about online books quotes Peter Meyers, author of “Breaking the Page,” as saying: A lot of these [Web-based] solutions were born out of a programmer’s ability to do something rather than the reader’s enthusiasm for things they need.

New MOOC Environments: Distributed Open Collaborative Courses

Your Training Edge

These new models can also provide solutions for businesses looking for new ways to deliver more efficient and more effective training. Industrial skills training firm ITC Learning names “the failure to modify training to bridge identifiable knowledge gaps” as one of the top two reasons corporate training fails. Learners’ needs: Little attention is paid to what learners already know and what their training needs really are. So what can we do about it?

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How to Win with Video for Small Businesses

TechSmith Camtasia

Screencasts can be fantastic marketing content for small businesses—they’re cheap, easy to do and can provide a great return on investment. A brilliant example of this is the WordPress Guide to Small Businesses. Here, using easy-to-follow video tutorials and links to articles and resources, the folks over at Simply Business simplify the daunting process of setting up a website. High quality content doesn’t mean high production value.

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MOOCs for Organisational Learning – Conversation with Kevin Werbach – Wharton School

Learning Cafe

Kevin is a leading expert on the legal, business, and public policy aspects of the Network Age. Kevin is a leader in the emerging field of gamification, and was named Wharton’s first Iron Prof for his presentation, “ All I Really Needed to Know I Learned in World of Warcraft.” The co-organizer of the first-ever business school gamification course, Werbach is also the co-author (with Dan Hunter) of For the Win , a guide to gamification as a business practice.

MOOCs for Organisational Learning – Conversation with Kevin Werbach – Wharton School

Learning Cafe

Kevin is a leading expert on the legal, business, and public policy aspects of the Network Age. Kevin is a leader in the emerging field of gamification, and was named Wharton’s first Iron Prof for his presentation, “ All I Really Needed to Know I Learned in World of Warcraft.” The co-organizer of the first-ever business school gamification course, Werbach is also the co-author (with Dan Hunter) of For the Win , a guide to gamification as a business practice.

BLOG: Where do businesses find their LMS content?

Unicorn Training

From knowing the industry that stat probably isn't a huge surprise. From talking to clients about our SkillsServe online learning and development platform, we know the demand for comprehensive blended learning experiences is greater than ever. When it comes to mobile and native Apps and xAPI, SkillsServe was one of the first LMSs to provide on/off sync when we launched our CPD App in 2013.

Coggno – Bridging the Gap Between the Training Requirements of Companies and that of Training Beneficiaries

Coggno

Real-time interactions with content, specifically on social media platforms, have transformed the ways in which people communicate and consume information, which is something that printed publications and online platforms that do not stick with the times cannot bring to the #party. Training.

How To Build A Platform Like VIPKID / SAYABC In 2020

Pinlearn

This causes significant performance gaps between China’s urban and rural Youth. In this blog, let’s explore how VIPKID works, its business model, what you can learn from its success, how you can build a platform like VIPKID , and more. . Founded in 2013 by Cindy Mi , the global education company strives to inspire and empower every child for the future. . The Business Model Of VIPKID. How Do Affiliate And Referral Programs In VIPKID Work?

5 Questions for Making Better Customer Education Content

TechSmith Camtasia

Can you build a successful business without successful customers? And that’s why creating high-quality customer education content that addresses your customers’ needs, pain points, and knowledge gaps matters. Jon Leh, a learning industry analyst, describes the situation this way: “In a world where customer success increasingly determines overall business success, customer education has become an imperative.”. In short, customer success = business success.

AI and Learning Systems: Is This Combo as Great and Powerful as it Seems?

Talented Learning

If you don’t know what I mean, you must be living under a rock. But first, lets look at what other sources say… AI Trends In Business. Despite confusion about its definition and its business value, AI continues to find its way forward. But by 2020, 85% of businesses will actually be piloting AI programs through a combination of build, buy and outsourcing strategies. For example, in 2013, only 1 in 50 new European startups focused on AI.

Training in an Ad-Hoc, BYOD Environment

Your Training Edge

Nor are they just more efficient methods for companies to save time and money while also delivering high-quality training. Over the past few years, especially as the skills gaps continue to widen and digital technologies pervade every aspect of our personal and professional lives, some of the fundamental ideas that have defined training for decades are shifting. Bryant’s business career has been based on his results-oriented style of empowering the individual.

3 Reasons You Need to Reinvent Your Corporate Training Program

Your Training Edge

According to Bersin by Deloitte, corporate training spending increased 10% in 2011, 12% in 2012, and 15% in 2013. Here are some of the most common: There are no defined learning objectives, or the learning objectives aren’t aligned with your business goals. Employees do not have the opportunity to apply what they learn to real-world problems and situations. With the pace of change in business today, companies that don’t move forward will quickly find themselves far behind.

Want success like Google? Approach learning like Google does

Edume

“Organizations that embrace a culture of learning create an environment that encourages curiosity and knowledge sharing, which in turn leads to better business outcomes.” - Google Maybe you knew that Google was the second most valuable brand in the world.

eLearning Conferences 2012

Tony Karrer

link] December 5-6, 2011 Managing Quality Teaching in Higher Education , Mexicali, Mexico. link] January 5-7, 2012 International Conference on e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and e-Learning (IC4E), 3 rd , Mumbai, India. link] January 30-February 2, 2012 Quality Conference in the Middle East : Innovation Based Competitiveness and Business Excellence, 6 th , United Arab Emirates. Clayton R.

From Hourly to Anywhere

CLO Magazine

Once employees complete their training, Amazon even provides stipends to those transitioning from Amazon to their new career fields to cover the gap in their paychecks. “We do end up training a lot of people to conceivably leave Amazon,” Garcia admits. “In the end, we want to help our people do what they want to do.” At the time his father was phasing out his trucking business and needed additional drivers.

eLearning Conferences 2012

eFront

link] January5-7, 2012 International Conference on e-Education,e-Business, e-Management and e-Learning (IC4E), 3 rd , Hong Kong, China. link] January30-February 2, 2012 Quality Conference inthe Middle East : Innovation Based Competitiveness and Business Excellence,6 th , United Arab Emirates. link] February7-10, 2012 iConference 2013:Culture, Design, Society, hosted by the Faculty of Information, University ofToronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Closing Out 2014 With Learning Reflection

Nick Leffler

I did have a large gap in posting of over a month but I will make it a goal next year to not let that happen again. Beyond mobile performance support, I think there’s a clear message everywhere that everyone should be doing everything they can to simplify everyone else’s job. Mobile Life is huge now and there is a vast audience of people that don’t just want to do certain tasks in mobile, they want to do it all. Where Do We Go From Here?

Personalization for Knowledge Workers

Xyleme

The subject of this post is a vision of personalized learning in the 2013 workplace. The 2013 high-skill knowledge worker is connected, mobile, global, dispersed and relies the new breed of communication, and collaboration technologies to do business. Almost everyone I know has changed jobs several times in the past ten years. It engenders a “living” repository where problems are fixed as soon as they are identified, and gaps filled as they become apparent.

Welcome to the City of Lifelong Learning

CLO Magazine

“The philosophy here is that becoming a good learner is something that anyone can do and something that should be available to every member in the community,” said Santiago Garces, chief innovation officer for South Bend. In 2013, the institute worked with South Bend to prototype a learning and management course that would become the Drucker Playbook for the Public Sector. “No one company can do this. No one organization can do it,” she said.

Developing the Lead Generation

CLO Magazine

When it comes to developing future leaders, too many organizations are simply going through the motions, or worse yet, doing nothing at all. An employee’s ability to learn on the job while simultaneously being selected, measured and developed as a future leader can be a headache for businesses. What’s clear is that when it comes to developing future leaders, too many organizations are simply going through the motions, or worse yet, doing nothing at all.

4 reasons why ‘experience’ is the focus in learning now

Learning Pool

Further to the above, businesses now deploy whole cohorts of contingent workers to meet skills gaps and achieve particular strategic goals. These workers need to be onboarded, trained in relevant skill sets and given the knowledge to work in compliance with industry regulation, but trying to do this within the corporate LMS can be a struggle. Between 1983 and 2013, more than 90% of non-financial S&P companies dropped out of the index.

A Vital View on Learning

CLO Magazine

In 2013, Mary McNevin was sitting at a table in a Signature Healthcare dining room feeding dinner to an elderly patient with dementia. A majority of the company’s staff are certified nursing assistants who spend their days fulfilling basic quality of life needs for patients, including bathing, dressing and feeding them. What we do isn’t glamorous, but it is purposeful work,” Steier said. “I McNevin knew she could do better.

How Micro-Learning Boosts “At the Moment Performance” - Tip #114

Vignettes Learning

At work, how many times in a day does someone ask you “How do you do this”? You answer it in the shortest possible way and go back to what you’re doing. Now, how many times in an average day do you check something online? It's a natural thing to do. Everyone in one way or the other, do "at the moment performance" everyday. I propose that much of what we currently know and do are old solutions that do not support today's "at the moment performance."

Regulatory Upheavals Coming? No Problem

CLO Magazine

It was the single biggest regulatory change to happen since we’ve been in business.”. The regulation set new requirements for reporting, waiting periods, liability rules and other elements of the loan process that impacted every aspect of how the company works with customers and with its business partners. 31, 2013, giving the mortgage industry less than two years to prepare. The third category had to do with tasks relegated to partner agencies.

Congratulations to the finalists of the 2016 Moxie Awards!

mLevel

We have the highest-rated delivery food experience in Chicago, consistently delivering the most delicious meals faster than anyone (we’ve averaged 13 minutes per delivery since launch), with the best customer service in the business. The fastest growing company in MarTech, Strike Social is profitable, growing revenue 7973 percent between 2013 and 2015. months since launch, members have gone to 3,300 classes, and we’ve generated $30,000 in revenue for local businesses.

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