Helping Consultants, Experts, and Coaches Smash Through Personal and Professional Plateaus with David Shriner-Cahn

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David shares what he has learned about best practices in business from interviewing entrepreneurs, along with strategies you can implement to smash the plateau in your business’s growth. He has a podcast called Smashing the Plateau. How did you come up with Smashing the Plateau? To me, a plateau can really describe any one of those roadblocks and the latter kind is the one that I have found to be the most difficult.

Top 20 Learning Management Systems 2013-14

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13 Totara - Extensive feature set, relatively low cost. 12 SuccessFactors - Thankfully the ol’ Plateau design is long and gone, and replaced with a crisp user interface. But what stops the system is the add-ons such as Motion – which enables on/off synch with a self-contained app and another add-on Luminosity Mentor Apps, which is cool but as noted – costs extra.

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Top 50 LMS Report for 2016 – What you need to know (criteria, approach, and yeah some vendors)

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SuccessFactors – Just for those folks to remember, SF is owned by SAP and had acquired Plateau. They haven’t been Plateau for a few years, so stop calling them Plateau – a pet peeve of mine. D2L has an Enterprise version, I wouldn’t use it, I get why they are jumping into Corporate, hint it has to do with money (potential). If I am a low cost LMS, I may not support 1,000 or my pricing is based on additional other factors. .

My 2012 Enterprise mLearning Predictions Recap

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Brainshark, Plateau/SF/SAP, Saba, Skillsoft) who suggest the mobile web app approach is superior to the native app approach have simply not made the necessary investments required in building the right teams and selecting the proper tools and methods that meet contemporary mobile learner and more general business app mobility expectations. And being the low cost provider in this sector hasn’t proved to make much of a difference in what an enterprise will purchase for their mobile workers.