How to Measure Customer Value (And Why It Matters)

Talented Learning

Today we feature advice about customer value metrics from Laura Patterson , President of VisionEdge Marketing. And how can you reflect this in customer-focused metrics? ” Why Value Creators Put Customers First. But which customer metrics matter most?

Creating a customer-perfect product: features we’ve added in Q1 2020

Edume

The cogs at EduMe HQ are constantly turning as we innovate and adapt our product, in tandem with an eternally changing work landscape. Just as our customers’ workforces are 4.6x Then Previously videos in EduMe lessons were tied to quizzes. Blog Product news

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Best Customer Education Blogs: 25 Must-Reads for Learning Professionals

Talented Learning

Which blogs offer the best advice about customer education practices, strategies and technologies? But with such phenomenal recent growth in the customer experience market, there is no obvious answer. The thirst for tools that drive profitable customer relationships seems unquenchable.

Drip-Feed (Schedule) Your Lessons!

LearnDash

TRUE Drip-Feeding of Lessons! Now when you build out your courses in LearnDash, you have the option to sequentially deliver the lessons to your users on a pre-set schedule. Add lessons. Determine when you want the lessons to become available.

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eLearning Lesson: Custom Reports Made Easy

Trivantis

Here are two examples of the dashboards and reports that you can access straight from your desktop: Did I mention how easy it is to customize your reports and charts with drag and drop functionality? The post eLearning Lesson: Custom Reports Made Easy appeared first on Trivantis e-Learning.

Build Your Email List by Offering Free Lessons

LearnDash

If you are selling an online course then one of the best ways to build your email list is by giving away a free lesson. Marketing is the name of the game when it comes to online product sales, and that includes courses. The most common way to do this is by offering free lessons.

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Break-Up Lesson Content with TOPICS!

LearnDash

Since our launch in January of this year, our main priority has been to create a product that is in touch with the latest elearning trends, and that is consistently enhanced based on community feedback. New Course Layer: Lesson Topics! Lesson Topic Progression.

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Podcast 32: Building a Customer Education Business Case – With Bill Cushard of Learndot

Talented Learning

EPISODE 32 – TOPIC SUMMARY AND GUEST: If you’re a fan of Talented Learning, you know I’m obsessed with customer education. Bill is one of the few people in the world who truly has a finger on the pulse of customer education. What led you to customer education, specifically?

Using Games to Improve Product Knowledge

Knowledge Guru

Product knowledge training is one of the most common types of training in many organizations. Some companies release multiple new products every month, whereas others have so many different products that getting new hires up to speed can turn into a nightmare. Customer Examples.

9 of Your Customer Service Training Questions, Answered

Continu

Planning a customer service training brings up a lot of questions. But if you don’t get your customer service training right, you’re going to lose sales to the companies who do. Customer service is the key competitive differentiator in the digital age.

5 LMS Implementation Lessons from an Onboarding Manager

Blue Sky eLearn

Your homepage, content categories, call to action buttons, product bundles, subscription purchases; these are all important aspects of your LMS but without content they are essentially useless. Think of it this way, this will give you something to communicate with your potential customer about after your big announcement! . The post 5 LMS Implementation Lessons from an Onboarding Manager appeared first on Blue Sky eLearn. Congratulations!

How (and Why) to Speak Your Customer’s Language

Allego

Understanding your customer’s wants, needs, challenges and objectives is one of the most important factors in selling success. It was one of the most important lessons about selling in my 30-year career. That day, I really wanted to impress a potentially big customer.

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How to Bring the Best Lessons from COVID-19 Back to Work

Avilar

Here are four lessons learned from COVID-19 that will stay with us long after we return to work. . Overall, communication with employees is up, as leaders share new policies, business updates, and productivity expectations of their workforce. We’re nearing the end of the beginning.

Once Is Not Enough: How to Playtest Custom Learning Games

Bottom-Line Performance

Version 3: We’re getting closer to the final product. Lessons for learning game designers: Make sure your choice of a competitive game or a cooperative game mirrors the real-world environment. Learning Design Learning Games serious games custom games game design learning game design

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Customize Your Classroom with Blended Learning

CourseArc

Personalized learning allows both a teacher and a student to customize the learning experience, and innovative education technology can be used to create these individualized learning opportunities. Every school district, every classroom, every teacher, and every student is different.

Improving Customer Experience With Online Training

Coassemble

What is Customer Experience and why is it important? At its core, Customer Experience is the lasting perception that customers have of your organization, as a result of every interaction they have had with your business.

mLevel’s Top 3 Learning and Development Lessons Of 2017

mLevel

From team member, Colin Daymude, Director of Product Marketing. In corporate training, I’ve found many of the business unit owners (sales, sales ops, operations, HR, compliance) wanted certain information to stick if it needed to be recalled quickly during critical performance moments like on a sales call, customer support or compliance determinations. From team member Clinton Sorrel, Customer Success Manager.

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Sizing Up an eLearning Lesson

Integrated Learnings

If you’re designing a one-week course, or even a partial day course, how do you divide its content into lessons? Intuitively, I used to define lessons by topic. Some lessons I’ve designed are as short as 15 minutes, while others are up to four hours. Conversely, an instructional designer I used to work with felt strongly that a lesson should be an hour, and he would look for ways to logically organize content into one-hour chunks. Why does lesson size matter?

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Micro lesson plan: How to make the best in 4 Steps

Ed App

In this article, Ed Microlearning’s Instructional Design team – which has created an inordinate amount of micro lessons and courses – give their advice on creating the best micro lesson plan. The 4 Steps to creating the best micro lesson plan.

Uniquely Yours: eFrontPro Customization Options

eFront

Whether it’s a new home, a new laptop, or a new Talent Development portal, it’s only human to want to make it yours with your own customizations. to customers that need to go beyond what’s already available in the platform for everybody. Basic customization options in eFrontPro.

Customer training your clients will love

Litmos

If you've ever been to the Apple store, you know that it's kind of an experience: you can buy products there; you can get your devices fixed there; and there are scheduled Today at Apple programs — like a music lab, a photo walk, or kids' programs. . And customers love these programs.

Top 5 Lessons Learned from the Moodle Upgrade Season

eThink Education

After hundreds of upgrades over the last several months, the eThink Support Team has learned a few valuable lessons about new features and the importance of planning for the Moodle upgrade season. Lesson #1: Upgrade Regularly. Lesson #2: Test sites are your friend!

Five Lessons Learned from Prototyping

E-learning Uncovered

At Artisan E-Learning, we work with our clients to craft their own custom solution for their courseware needs. If you’re like us, you learn lessons about both the client and about your process during prototyping. Here are a few of the lessons we’ve learned over the years.

The Ultimate Training Methods to Maximize Employee Productivity

TalentLMS

In the active training approach, in contrast, each lesson is always open to the interpretation and each session different. Both parties will act out work scenarios during the activity – like the learner trying to solve a customer issue, for example.

Microlearning courseware: New lessons added to the editable Content Library

Ed App

Within the library, authors are free to simply select, personalise, rebrand, and deploy lessons within minutes. . What does Call Center Customer Service cover? Ultimately, the courseware is designed to achieve the best customer success experiences. . Helping Difficult Customers.

Can Customized Learning Solutions Solve Critical Business Problems

Hurix Digital

Does that mean long-serving employees are always productive? A customized learning solution poses as the perfect remedy. Customized Learning Solution- A Remedy for Critical Business Problems. A custom learning solution helps put in place a structured on-boarding process.

Elevating customer experience and employees confidence

STRIVR

We try to automate as many things as we can so associates can focus more on serving the customer. We want to be able to give them what they want, when they want it, how they want it, so we can better ensure they serve the customers the way we need them to.

How to Make A Thousand Training Videos for YouTube FAST (Customer Story)

TechSmith Camtasia

Avaya, a global provider of business collaboration and communications software and services, created a video library of resources for customers and employees. He was tasked with creating and implementing a library of training videos for Avaya products and services. Customer Stories

4 Key Benefits of Custom eLearning Solutions

Obsidian Learning

So what does my laundry have to do with custom eLearning? Why get a custom shirt? And these are the big questions when it comes to deciding whether to go the custom vs. off-the-shelf route in Learning and Development. Custom eLearning solutions allow you to: 1.

Using an LXP to Fix Learning Gaps in Customer and Channel Partner Education

Origin Fractal LXP

A skilled user of Quark could command a handsome salary and the product simply stood unopposed and was the backbone of the industry. The makers of Quark refused to create a version of the product compatible with OSX. There is an interesting lesson for software makers here.

We Didn’t See It Coming (3 Application Security Lessons During a Global Pandemic)

KMI Learning

Here are 3 Application Security Lessons During a Global Pandemic. “We There are application security lessons to be learned in a crisis. Lesson 1: It’s Time to Wake Up. The lesson? Lesson #2: Question – When is Finger-Pointing a Worthless Activity?

Product update: Ordering quiz and new authoring UI

Edume

Our current lesson format uses short pieces of information delivered in a conversational way. We have always recommended the use of question and answer quizzes in our lesson flow because when used right these are great for retrieval practice.

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The Client’s Critical Role in Custom Elearning Development

The Learning Dispatch

Recently I was asked about common issues for our clients to be aware of when contracting for custom elearning. Three Stages All Custom Elearning Projects Go Through. At its most basic level, creating custom elearning involves three stages: 1. Production.

7 Best Practices for Effective Custom eLearning Content Development

Obsidian Learning

In this post we’ll let you in on what we’ve discovered to be some best practices in navigating your way through custom eLearning content development. Create a Design Document for your Custom eLearning. Click here to see a sample custom eLearning design document.

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

CLO Magazine

In a typical start-up company (such as a modern software company), product managers direct the development of products. They are not programmers themselves, nor do they build or operate the product. Their job is to ensure an optimal product experience from start to finish.