September / October 2014View Digital Edition
Balance and emotional intelligence (EQ) are the keys to using technology. If you are in conscious charge of your technological choices and activities, then you are mindfully choosing your life.
Yes, but when considering a move to the cloud, you can’t just think about features and pricing. You need to expansively consider all the applications it takes to deliver your learning programs.
Electronic communication can be a powerful tool for effective communication—especially asynchronous communication—but sloppy e-communication practices are a nuisance.
What do more than 1,200 SAP professionals think of SAP (business enterprise software) training? Michael Management’s 2014 SAP Training Survey found out, tapping into key topics such as training availability, delivery options, and training challenges.
How would you rate your overall “fluency” with your technology and tools? You use your e-mail system and smart phone every day; what would the impact be if you learned one new productivity feature each week for a year?
We need to rethink our strategies for employee learning content to include three elements: definition of content, curation, and delivery.