Management and leadership in online learning require a careful balance to project manage three variables to achieve a successful outcome: time, scope, and cost. But is that enough? Absolutely not, and history is the best teacher. Famous brands like Kodak, Nokia, and Blockbuster allow you to easily be the armchair quarterback and point out that they all failed in evolving with changing market trends.
Training activities are continuing to undergo significant re-evaluation and overhauling by L&D departments. Most organizations are shifting in-person trainings to digital learning platforms, but going from one extreme to the other can lead to uncertain outcomes. The challenge of balancing how to introduce digital components into a non-digital curriculum will be the most critical ingredient to developing an effective and efficient program.
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When it comes to training their professionals, many global organizations are realizing that one size fits none. How can organizations develop learning programs that meet learners where they are in their learning journey, align with their unique learning styles, and empower them to succeed not only in the course but also in their career?
Online learning solutions hold a number of advantages for corporate companies that invest in them, a likely motivator for the 40% of Fortune 500 companies that have already adopted e-learning solutions. These solutions can streamline personnel onboarding, while also helping to make ongoing employee education both affordable and effective. With an innovative, industry-leading corporate e-learning solution, your workforce is equipped to generate higher profits and maximize efficiency.
As industries constantly adapt to new technologies and research, today’s professionals need to commit to lifelong learning to keep up. By brushing up regularly on their skills, employees can benefit from better career opportunities and learning power, while their employers sharpen their own competitive edge.
Faced with high quotas in an ever-changing buying environment, sales professionals are constantly juggling their time between selling and training. On top of their own time constraints, a recent study shows that four out of five companies agree that they are not able to train as many salespeople as they’d like on the skills their employees need. Lack of adequate training leads executives and managers to worry about knowledge gaps and their long-term impact on growth. In an effort to keep sales teams agile and competitive, sales organizations are searching for ways to improve their learning programs fast.