5 Interesting Discoveries From Our ELM 2017 L&D Industry Report


More than 22 percent of respondents acknowledged employee engagement as their first L&D woe, followed by measuring ROI (19.7 It makes sense since a lack of employee engagement can cause a ripple effect throughout all training factors–including ROI and budget. Blended learning utilizes the best of both worlds by using the clarity of instructor-led training teamed with digital methods.

How to Convince Your Boss to Give You a Bigger L&D Budget


If you want your boss to say yes to a higher allocation for L&D , it’s best to show instead of tell. Align with Business Initiatives. Your boss is concerned with the bottom line, and with L&D, the bottom line is ROI. Return on investment for training is notoriously difficult to measure, but you can make it an easier sell by aligning training initiatives to overall business initiatives.

Why Online Learning Is Important In the Workplace  


It’s more accurate to exclaim that online learning, or eLearning, is indispensible in the corporate world. When company leaders spend this kind of money on training, they rely on a good return on investment (ROI). This is because eLearning keeps employees engaged with training.

The HR Challenge: Analyze Your Corporate Training Needs


If there is one thing that holds true for developing eLearning training materials, it’s planning, planning and planning. In short, make the planning stage the longest step in eLearning course design! Determine Organization Business Processes. eLearning corporate training HR

The ultimate authoring tool buyer’s guide


Choosing an elearning authoring tool isn’t easy and it takes more than a free trial. This detailed guide and six point scorecard is designed to help you find the best elearning software for your needs. Take a look at review sites, such as Elearning Industry and Capterra.

Questions to Ask Before Developing Training In-House

The Learning Dispatch

This creates greater success in accomplishing your outcomes and higher ROI (return on investment) on your training program. Have we gotten the change in behavior we wanted or solved the business problem that we identified? Learning Fundamentals: Which Training Methods Work Best?