Growing From Knowledge-Based to Performance-Driven Learning

mLevel

ASSESS: Whether it is assessing learning effectiveness at its conclusion or assessing learning retention at intervals after the learning, assessing knowledge gain and skill performance provides key measures that are important. Assessments should go beyond a score, however. mLevel, as an organization, has focused exclusively on how to help organizations ramp up the performance impact of their corporate learning in very cost effective ways.

A Conversation with Bryan Austin of mLevel

mLevel

We discussed the evolution of the mLevel game-based learning platform and how it has helped a number of companies increase the effectiveness of learning in their organizations. Bryan has had a distinguished career in corporate Learning & Development, including leadership roles with Skillsoft, Kaplan, AchieveGlobal and NETg. Analytics and reporting system — Effectiveness. The biggest point of differentiation, however, is the engagement and effectiveness of the learning.

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A Conversation with Bryan Austin of mLevel

Kapp Notes

We discussed the evolution of the mLevel game-based learning platform and how it has helped a number of companies increase the effectiveness of learning in their organizations. Bryan has had a distinguished career in corporate Learning & Development, including leadership roles with Skillsoft, Kaplan, AchieveGlobal and NETg. Analytics and reporting system — Effectiveness. Austin: From a learner engagement metric, our learner satisfaction scores are well over 95%.

Why Corporate Training is Broken And How to Fix It

Jay Cross

Person-to-person instruction is no longer cost-effective. Venture capitalists funded scores of eLearning companies, most of which disappeared in the dot-com crash a few years later. Remember Digital Think, SmartForce, Pensare, NETg, KnowledgeNet, UNext, Docent, One Touch, Centra, InterWise, and their brethren? Studies) Most corporate training is an example of the “Streetlight Effect.”. Besides, learning on the job is more effective than learning outside of the job.