Cooperative Learning Theory Explained

If you’ve already read the strategies piece for cooperative learning, then you got a bit of a spoiler about cooperative learning theory. See, it’s indeed its own thing and I usually would contest the redundant name, but it’s justified this time, for one reason. While cooperative learning theory is just a variant of organizational learning

Rules of Employee Management Training

Employee management training is a whole different ballgame from employee training for job performance. We all realize that by its very nature, this discipline is much more predictable in what the training needs will be, because management is all about leadership, decision making, change management, and logistical skills, as well as a solid grasp of

How to Best Train and Prepare Employees for Software Migration

Change is part of life in the business world. Increased competition in every industry, combined with the still slow recovery from the recession, drives companies to always look to stay ahead of the game. One such change is when a business decides to switch their CRM, ERP or any other type of enterprise software to

Survey: Technology Training Programs Provide Recruiting Advantage

New Surveys Suggest Technology Training Programs Provide Recruiting Advantage Companies that invest in their employees’ professional development have an edge when recruiting IT professionals, new research from Robert Half Technology suggests. Sixty-eight percent of IT workers surveyed said the ability to acquire new skills is very important when evaluating a job opportunity. Additionally, 64 percent of respondents said they are very concerned

What Really Gets to Learning Officers These Days? Professionals Chime in with Their Biggest Pain Points

I initiated an interesting discussion on LinkedIn earlier this week, not with the intended purpose of a blog post, but rather I was just curious – why not turn to experienced people involved in training/learning within organizations and ask them, what their 3 biggest pain points are rights now = what really bothers them?  Not