The Training Technology Conundrum

CLO Magazine

Learning tools and strategies are increasingly focused on what can be done to make work more enjoyable and engaging. As a result, HR and learning and development departments have more training options than ever before and the chance to do something important: make learning relevant.

3 Reasons to Build Microlearning into Your L&D Strategy

Instilled

With much to learn and little to no time to learn it, employees need flexible workplace learning options. As organizations advance their L&D strategies with efficient learning platforms , they must also build out effective learning content, including microlearning. Learning trends come and go, but the ones that tend to stick around are those that deliver real value and results for L&D teams and learners. Make “On the Go” Learning Easy.

How Mobile Learning Will Change Your Workplace?

Ed App

An extension of online learning, mobile learning (m-learning) is transforming the way organizations train their workforces. Managers and departmental leaders worldwide have recognized how preoccupied people are with their smartphones and are seeking to capitalize… by making learning material accessible via mobile devices. Let’s look at some of the ways how mobile learning can change your workplace. Addresses all learning styles.

How the Mobile Became the L&D Head’s BFF

Enyota Learning

Gartner predicted that by 2020 more than 45% of businesses will have a BYOD policy in place and with mobile devices already surpassing desktop unit sales figures, it is hardly a surprise that corporate L&D teams have jumped on the mobile bandwagon as well. Mobile learning or mLearning seeks to address the new age challenges of a global, technologically savvy and mobile dependent workforce. mLearning may well be the future of corporate learning. On-Demand Learning.

Has Online Learning Killed the Corporate Training Seminar?

KnowledgeAnywhere

Last year, 87 percent of millennials said that opportunities for career growth and professional development were “very important,” while 68 percent of all workers called training and development the “most important workplace policy.”. Your employees come together as a team toward a common goal of learning new material. Employees don’t feel like they have control over their learning. The Rise of Online Learning.

How mobile learning will change your workplace?

Ed App

An extension of online learning – mobile learning (m-learning) – is transforming the way organizations train their workforce. Managers and departmental leaders, worldwide, have recognized how preoccupied people are with their smartphones and are now seeking to capitalize on that by making learning material accessible via phones. Let’s look at some of the ways how mobile learning can change your workplace. . Addresses all learning styles.