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How to Manage Expiring Training

How to Managing Expiring Training for Any Size Organization

One of the key drivers for any company is growth, but growth is more than just performance. According to a Gallup report from 2017, only about 15% of employees are actively engaged in their jobs. Many employees feel unmotivated because of a lack of opportunities for growth and development. To address this, companies have been …

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Create Video Courses and Improve Training

Ever-increasing compliance regulations, unpredictable turnover, rapidly expanding cultural and learning style changes among employees are just some of the host of new challenges organizations are now facing. More than ever, Trainers are looking to videos courses as a better, faster and less expensive way to meet the training requirements of these challenges. Over the last …

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Before You Commit: Other Considerations When Thinking About Content Aggregators

In January 1996, Bill Gates wrote an essay entitled “Content is King,” where he stated that “content is where I expect much of the real money will be made on the Internet, just as it was in broadcasting .” This Bill Gates article started the mantra “content is king,” motivating content providers to produce over …

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Why Content Aggregators Compromise Your Learning Program

There is a rapid change occurring in the nature of work today, resulting in an interdependent relationship between the learning process, acquired skills and job performance. According to Deloitte, this is “an opportunity to build robust work-centered learning programs, helping people consume information, and upgrade their skills in the natural course of their day-to-day jobs.” …

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