Global expansion presents an exciting new challenge for professionals with a role in developing training and eLearning materials for an increasingly multicultural workforce. But just how do you plan for globalization? Here’s a four-step process to help you make a great first impression with users around the world, roll out multiple programs quickly—and stay on track with your budget.
In organizations facing difficult times, training is often the third thing that’s cut, right after travel and free coffee. It’s obvious to most of us that investment in quality training is a good bet. So why can’t we sell it? Here are three key “failures” to avoid.
BYOD (bring your own device) policies are beginning to transform the way many organizations distribute information and provide training and support. Here are some key guidelines and words of caution for training and development groups dealing with the challenges of mobile-device acceptance.
by Rob McKinney
Leadership development is now a strategic lever for organizations. Today’s business environment puts more responsibility on leaders earlier in their careers than ever before. Yet senior executives are not confident in their mid-level bench strength. Read how successful organizations are using eLearning as a key element to overcome this leadership gap.
by Jane Bozarth
For a change of pace, here’s a look at the new school of medicine building at Duke University. There’s plenty of technology, but it’s secondary to the learning experience that it supports. What would you do if money were no object? What would you do if you had no money but you had a vision?
by Bill Brandon
The buzz around talent and talent management, performance management, and human capital management (HCM) has grown to a building roar in 2013 and 2014. Is this important to eLearning professionals? How does it affect our work? This article opens the discussion of HCM in Learning Solutions Magazine and provides specific suggestions you should be implementing now.
by Nic Laycock
In an ideal world, an entrepreneur has access to state-of-the-art research supporting a great idea, access to sophisticated business-advisory services, and exposure through a global marketing network. The Learnovate Centre in Trinity College Dublin provides all of these to start-up businesses in the Republic of Ireland. Read about it here!
by News Editor
Raptivity, the award-winning interactivity building tool from Harbinger Knowledge Products, announces the launch of Raptivity Linker, an innovative solution for creating “learning arcs.” This new software holds a promise to go beyond learning interactions and allow users to create truly interactive learning experiences.
As a community of practice, the success of The eLearning Guild is dependent on the willingness of members to share their knowledge, expertise, and insights with other members. At Learning Solutions 2014, the Guild recognized a number of individuals for their exceptional contributions, and we congratulate our newest Guild Master, Global Giveback, and SolutionFest award winners!