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Intrepid's GM Sam Herring sat down with analyst Ben Eubanks to discuss "Using Mission-Focused Learning to Improve Learner Engagement" on episode 47 of Eubanks' Being Human podcast.
My past blogs have been about whether to go digital and factors to consider in doing so….but once you take the leap, what then? What has to change and what stays the same? Design is one of the biggest changes for training companies so here’s an insider’s view of the ‘curses’ and blessings to going digital.
One caveat, “curse” is a negative term but “blessing and opportunity” is just too corporate-ese and boring so I beg your indulgence with the term “curse.”
Intrepid's David Woods has a new article in CLO Magazine, "Your First Digital Steps." This is a great resource for anyone whose major toolset for L&D is training manuals and binders. In the article he offers top tips for starting down the path to digital maturity, and how to make the most of your first forays into online learning.
Our excellent development team has put together some great information about our APIs, which you can peruse here.
Our team had a lot to say this year about how to design great learning programs online to solve business challenges. (And our clients racked up some great awards for programs which demonstrate this advice in action!) Check out our Top Three Webinars, Top Three Articles, and Top Ten blog posts of 2018 to make sure you didn’t miss any mindset-changers or critical tips!
Intrepid is proud to announce our clients won four 2018 Brandon Hall Excellence in Technology Awards! 1 Gold, 1 Silver and 2 Bronze. This brings the total number of awards won by Intrepid and Intrepid clients in the last 3 years to 53! We are always delighted when our clients' great work is recognized by industry peers.
Intrepid's team is rapidly expanding and we'd love to see your resume! Below are the openings we have right now but check back frequently as we'll be growing leaps and bounds in 2019.
New technology accelerates modern learning so that learners are able to collaborate, share, practice, and reflect on what they are learning and how they are applying new skills and knowledge on the job. But how do you measure modern learning so that you can prove and improve the impact of these increasingly common experiences?