Don't miss this great webinar recording, "The Three Traps of Blended Learning and How to Avoid Them" with Integrity Solutions CEO Mike Esterday and Intrepid's learning strategist Judy Albers.
You already know your content has to be good or learners will start snoring—if they're not logging off the learning experience entirely.
But what really matters for driving behavior change and business results is context.
With over 90 billion dollars spent on corporate training in 2017, the array of options—especially for learning technologies—is astounding and befuddling. For training providers thinking about going digital, figuring out which technologies to review and which to ultimately select is time-consuming. Plus, the whole process often leaves the buyer more confused than ever.
That’s why we’ve created this quick go-to-market technologies guide to help you sort through the morass and get to the right solution for your training company quickly.
A lot of training providers talk about being “platform agnostic” when it comes to digital learning. This decision makes a number of assumptions worthy of examination:
Assumption One: Content stands on its own
Assumption Two: Form doesn’t really impact function
Assumption Three: Corporate clients should drive the way they consume content
Assumption Four: Learners will naturally reach out for content
Assumption Five: Face-to-face is the gold standard and digitization is nothing better than a necessary evil
We often embark on change with a vision of what that change should look like. As a leader, you are responsible for creating that vision for your team, but have you thought about how your visionand your company’s learning culture fit together? A vision that ignores culture doesn’t lead to change.
Earlier this year, we ran the Digital Learning Blueprint MOOC to help learning leaders develop their plan for incorporating today’s digital options into their learning ecosystem. As you would expect, measuring the effectiveness of digital learning was a hot topic. The program included sage advice about business metrics from client- and partner-guest speakers and from participants sharing their data experiences and questions.
It used to be that retail employees, franchises, and front-line operators had only one option for getting their training: on paper. Paper in three-ring binders. Dusty, barely-touched binders.
Joint Session Features Real-World Examples; Examines Learning & Development’s Role in Leading Digital Transformation at Scale
Intrepid ran a three week MOOC for learning leaders to help them build a blueprint for digitally transforming the way learning happens in their organizations in June of this year. If you missed it, no worries! In this blog series, you will find a quick distillation of our POV and of our audience’s insights.
Intrepid’s GM, Sam Herring, was recently asked questions about “the learner experience” for a Training Industry podcast and it got an email ‘roundtable’ started amongst some of our colleagues. Here is the collective wisdom about the all-important learner experience.
So Just What Does “Learner Experience” Mean?