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L&D Should Boost Employee Productivity, Not Disrupt It

Absorb LMS

Distractions at work are a fact of life, especially when you factor in emails, instant messages, desk-side visits from co-workers and the siren’s call of social media. While not all learning and development is through formal programs, a good portion of it is. Consider opting for an LMS that offers micro-lessons. Short lessons between meetings or over lunch allow everyone to fit bursts of microlearning into their busy day.

Why you need an LMS Video Conferencing integration?

Paradiso

To improve your user experience and provide a training program that allows the approach between teachers and students is necessary to adopt an LMS Video conferencing integration. Whether for one-on-one lessons, presentations or webinars, use the LMS video conferencing tool to connect with other students and instructors that would be otherwise inaccessible. You get to log in to your video conferencing portal through single sign-on (SSO) , which is the USP of our LMS.

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Applying Design Thinking for Employee-Driven Solutions

Everwise

HR has traditionally been grounded in programs and processes to train people, assess performance, ensure compliance, and document various practices. The complexity of these programs – once viewed as an asset for its attention to detail – often become a barrier to productivity, as employees are bombarded with email after email, instant messages from co-workers, meetings, and other workplace distractions.

The Social Learning Revolution in eLearning

TalentLMS

Think about the standard communication and collaboration features in any social media like comments, posts, instant messaging, group discussion boards, wikis, video chats, and so on. Such practices can only be perfected when learners are exposed to learning platforms in their eLearning training programs. By sharing performance experiences, lessons learnt, possible solutions and creative ideas, we are able to gain a wider spectrum of knowledge.

Summarizing Learn for Yourself

Jay Cross

We’ve looked at blogs, wikis, FAQs, instant messaging, crowdsourcing, sharing ideas, discussion among colleagues, discussion with experts, discussion with customers, learning on demand, chat, prediction markets, outsourcing innovation, communities of practice, subject matter networks, collaboration, expertise location, video learning, podcasts, coaching, use-generated content, experiential learning, mentoring, and peer-to-peer learning.

At The Water Cooler of Learning

Marcia Conner

The company had no formal mailboy-training program. Examples of such informal knowledge transfer include instant messaging, a spontaneous meeting on the Internet, a phone call to someone who has information you need, a live one-time-only sales meeting introducing a new product, a chat-room in real time, a chance meeting by the water cooler, a scheduled Web-based meeting with a real-time agenda, a tech walking you through a repair process, or a meeting with your assigned mentor or manager.