Microlearning Answers 3 Critical Questions

Microlearning Answers 3 Critical Questions

Implementing a microlearning strategy isn’t just about new content or technology.  It requires a basic change in perception throughout your entire organisation.  We must educate people to change the way they view learning as it relates to business results and work...
New Year Resolutions . . . What the Hell!

New Year Resolutions . . . What the Hell!

New Year Resolutions . . . What the Hell!   The nature of training shows there’s always room to improve, and the New Year is an ideal time to look forward to exploring new opportunities through your training programmes.   There are exciting opportunities to try new...
Has the LMS Outlived Itself?

Has the LMS Outlived Itself?

Over the last decade many companies have invested in Learning Management Systems and their potential to meet corporate needs was high when they came on the market. A recent survey by Brandon Hall Group found that less than half of respondents (45.5%) give their LMS...
The Case for Just-In-Time Learning

The Case for Just-In-Time Learning

Just-in-time learning has a long history. It began as a printed card that contained step-by-step instructions for performing a specific task.  The worker did not have to memorise the steps.  Job aids included anything that when made available in the workplace improved...
What Do We Want in Online Training?

What Do We Want in Online Training?

We have researched the delivery of online training for two years and come to the conclusion that companies have the following challenges today: Those needing to train can no longer afford to have their learners away from the workplace for long periods of time sitting...
The Mobile Tsunami

The Mobile Tsunami

Mobile is proving to be a technological tsunami that is sweeping all before it at a great speed and magnitude.  Smartphones, tablets, the internet (“the cloud”), “always on”, global connectivity, and social communities.  These bring with them new ways of working,...