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Learning Management Systems: Meet the Internet of Things

Brella

What IoT Can Do . IoT is whatever you want to make it do,” says Anthony Biondi, Brella’s programming director. “It With so many things IoT can do (home security, road safety, shopping, sightseeing), let’s focus on how it can change the way we learn. Internet of Things.

Aging Members Will Stick Around (& Keep Learning) Longer Than You Think

WBT Systems

Businesses will have to bridge that gap with older, 65+ workers. An article in Nautilus , where many of this post’s statistics and quotes were sourced, shares the story of two companies that welcome older workers. “We’re At Goldman Sachs, a ‘returnship’ program provides training to retirees who want to restart their careers. Are employers encouraging older employees to continue working in some capacity to bridge that gap? What do employers and aging members need?

How Management Development Training Reduces Turnover

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In this article, we’re going to dig into why that’s the case and what you can do to beef up your management training programs. Why do Managers Leave? Interestingly, two of the top reasons have to do with career advancement and the other has to do with workload.

Boost your eLearning ROI

eFront

In this article, we will discuss some insider’s tips on how to tweak your eLearning program in order to improve your eLearning ROI. Observe the performance of your future learners and discuss the gaps with their managers. Do not underestimate the power of first impressions.

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Think Like a Start-Up, Act Like a Product Manager

CLO Magazine

They are not programmers themselves, nor do they build or operate the product. Above all, L&D must stop creating learning content and instead start directing employees (subject matter experts) to do so. Resistance to Change: Do SMEs Have What It Takes? What do they need?

How to Measure Training Results Like a Boss -- This One Simple Way

Lemonade

You read an article about new training technology. Of course we should be doing this. Then you finish the article… and the little voices of doubt start creeping in. This all sounds great in theory… but how do you actually do it? How do you know what to track?