Often times, tips for engaging learners in corporate online learning include external features and novel delivery methods. These range from using animations, “real-life” scenarios, game-design, leaderboards, and badges. But with learners actually spending more time […]
It seems to be the perennial challenge for L&D leaders: how do you get your employees to want to engage with e-learning? It’s comparatively easy to get employees to complete online compliance training – you just threaten them. But for building the capability of knowledge workers, I still think e-learning is yet to deliver on its promise.
The potential for mobile learning is to engage employees on their terms and provide useful learning in a format that they recognise and want. But we know this, because we’re mobile users ourselves, and that […]
As L&D wrestles with how to modernise in a world where most employees go to Google as a first port-of-call, what’s the opportunity for suppliers and coaches in all of this? In short: Greater value […]
When eLearning first appeared in the workplace, it was an innovative new way of reaching people. Employees learned at work in a way that few had learned before. The difference with mobile learning (or mLearning) […]
As one of the world’s most admired companies, Google clearly get many things right. And having read Work Rules by Laszlo Bock, Google’s SVP of People Operations, I’ll put L&D into that category. This was […]
Workplace learning has changed dramatically in the past ten years and technology has been the primary driver of that change. However, it has not necessarily been learning solutions supplied by organisations that have been the […]