by Aisha Taylor
There are a few things that everyone engaged in the discussion of the numbers of women choosing STEM careers consistently get wrong. Here are four things that all of us—women and men alike—can do to be more inclusive and encourage women to enter and stay involved in STEM fields.
A training program can help bridge cultural and workplace practice differences. Training delivered via eLearning modules or live online classes can be particularly effective, but it takes a lot of upfront work to get a successful program off the ground. Here are five keys that will help you design and deliver a successful global training program.
by Sean Hougan
The number of learning management system (LMS) products and providers continues to increase, making the selection of an LMS more challenging than ever. Yet the benefits of choosing the right LMS the first time make the effort well worth it. Here are five basic tips to guide you, and an RFP (request for proposal) template to support your selection process.
by Ben Muzzell
If you’re a manager or supervisor in a small-to-medium size business, you already know there’s never enough time for you to tackle every challenge you face. For example, how can you build a training program that is current, complete, effective, and affordable? Here’s a simple four-step process that starts with an “invisible” resource that you already have.
by Pam Boiros
Even though the need for a strategic learning program may be clear, you may need to convince the rest of your organization to jump on board. However, building a business case for a learning solution involves much more than a static business plan. Want to understand what business case success looks like? Here’s a blueprint.
by News Editor
Computer Station, an exhibitor at Learning Solutions 2015, provides training and collaboration solutions for educators and businesses to engage, collaborate, share, and save. As a reseller and certified trainer for several lines, Computer Station works with their clients to help create presentations and learning environments where attendees are engaged.
We spend millions of dollars and countless hours in training our staff on how to deal with customers and partners. But what about training our customers directly? Research and countless company journeys, such as that of software leader Bluebeam, show that customer training is key to unlocking bottom-line business results that can range from increased profits to decreased customer attrition.