Trainingmagazine announces the finalists for the 2014 Training Top 125 list of leading organizations that excel at employee development, and two inductees into the Top 10 Hall of Fame. Rankings will be revealed at the Training 2014 Conference & Expo, February 3-5 in San Diego, CA.
Before answering, “How do I embrace technology in training?” you first must ask yourself: “Should I embrace technology in training?” and “When?”
Leaving us to our own devices often can help us discover principles of real learning.
Magnify your multiple intelligences by starting with a more valuable reality.
We must overcome survival anxiety with amplified learning rather than simply apply technology to automate and accelerate the way we currently teach.
Use online tools to provide content before the class ever meets—and still retain the value of interpersonal interaction.
Western companies in Egypt must take the long view through a collaborative business model that strongly embeds training at all levels.
Usability tests, internal marketing, strategic audio, and engaging contextual elements are the keys to successful computer-based training for employees unfamiliar with computers.
More than 60 percent of respondents to a Michael Management Corporation survey said they prefer online SAP training to all other forms of SAP training.
An independent evaluator can help training program designers gain an objective, clear-eyed, and credible perspective on their work.
Organizations seeking to pursue a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) training strategy that would allow employees to learn on their personal mobile devices face multiple challenges, but it is doable.
From Facebook to Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and more, the opportunities to post inappropriately and to spend time on personal excursions rather than doing work continue to expand.
Giving learners the opportunity to access learning via their own mobile devices offers your workforce great flexibility, but opens security and other concerns.
Reaching out to viable job candidates via online talent communities is a way to sharpen your recruitment and promote your company’s brand message via social media.
Novartis’ “Digital Acceleration Workshop” program helps raise the digital IQ of its marketing teams in China.
Leaders should not only encourage usage of social collaboration tools such as Chatter, Yammer, and Tibbr, but should focus on how to drive engagement within these experiences.
Find out about the latest advances in training technology.
The latest products and services launching in the training industry.
The latest training industry mergers, acquisitions, partnerships, and more.
Just-in-time learning cultivates diversity of exposure, multiple skill sets across disciplines, and the ability to learn quickly.
When asked about the barriers to success in implementing social media tools for leadership development, more than 40 percent of survey respondents said not all leaders/learners are comfortable using the tools.
Sometimes we get wrapped up in the craziness of running to the next item on our to-do list and forget to take time to focus, or re-focus, so we can achieve what we stated we wanted to.
Superficial gamification can lead to superficial engagement and a disappointing ROI.
How technology can help bridge the skill gaps faced by myriad organizations today.
Research shows some disconnects between the types of training delivery respondents felt were most effective to bridge skill gaps and the types of training delivery most utilized.
Training magazine taps 2013 Training Top 125 winners and Top 10 Hall of Famers to provide their learning and development best practices in each issue. Here, we look at strategies for onboarding games and simulations and social learning.
A look at how three organizations—the U.S. Army, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, and IBM— are successfully using 3-D simulations in training.
Hardly, but although it’s powerful, it’s not for everything.