Tag Archives: adaptive learning

7 Common Pitfalls of eLearning

Let’s face it. eLearning may not be the trendiest thing most of us would speak to our senior executives about. They are there somewhere in our enterprise system and we are not sure how they fit into the grander scheme of employee development. Many learning specialists also conveniently “park” eLearning as part of some form […]

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Adaptive Learning – A Business Game Changer

In today’s highly competitive and evolving business climate, what you learned yesterday may become obsolete with the dawn of the next day. Companies are also finding the traditional one-size-fits-all training programs are yielding minimum returns from their investments. The traditional, boring, and less tailored ways of learning are losing their appeal rapidly to a distracted […]

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Engaging Today’s Distracted Learners

If you’ve observed a lack of participation in your training participants, you’re not alone. I wrote this article for humanresourcesonline.net about how to create the ‘Candy Crush’ effect in corporate learning. Have you have observed a noticeable lack of participation and engagement in meetings, conference calls, and training classes by your peers or other staff […]

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