Forget Me Not – Critical Steps to Making Employee Training More Memorable

Benjamin Franklin said once “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” Employee training professionals have to constantly overcome different challenges faced during employee training sessions, perhaps the most pressing being the retention rate of learners. Many of heard the “20 percent statistic”, that is that learners only

Using Technology to Drive Learner Responsibility

The rapid development in technology has transformed the way we regard our workplace in recent years. Technology has modified the way in which we learn. With this explosion of technology, people have started communicating and collaborating in different, more efficient ways. From infographics, to audio and video, to LMS software, to learning over consumer devices

3 Training Methods for Employees

Humor me for once, as we step outside organizational learning, outside training philosophy, and outside all other new age experimentalism and theory, and just look at the wide, general forms of training methods for employees there are. I spend a lot of time exploring the many flavors of organizational learning, of gamification and the like, and

A Runaway With Knowledge Management Tools

Knowledge management tools have become a runaway new niche in the business software industry. With the need for better access of information with open search syntaxes, and the need for training to become more managed and accessible with less ceremony, this was just a matter of time. Knowledge management tools are not just about the organizational

The Value of Simplicity in Employee Training

I wanted to write about something we all can appreciate – the art of simplicity. Innovation doesn’t necessarily need to be complicated. Sometimes, by simplifying the different work processes you can easily come up with new ideas and out-of-the-box solutions to your business problems. That’s why, when it comes to innovation, the best thing a