5 Reasons Traditional Technology Training may be Dying. (And what’s replacing it).

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I was part of an interesting demo the other day. An employee walks into a board room and their phone automatically lights up with several pieces of indexed micro-learning content. Some content is about the projector, the video conferencing equipment and the telephone system. Common topics like how to make a conference call, turn on […]

Don’t Risk Confusing Retain with Train

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Having a wrong objective can easily lead to a wrong result. This is often the case whenever companies engage employees in knowledge transfer of new systems or processes. A project implementation team’s goal is often to ensure that everyone “goes through the training”. Success is proclaimed when completed. But there is much more. Training is […]

The Secrets Behind Why Employees Resist Change

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Read articles about the business climate today and you will be repeatedly told that change is happening at an ever-increasing speed.  Innovation, a key driver of change, is an essential requirement for any business to stay competitive.  Not surprisingly, CEO’s proclaim that their most important role is to invoke change in their organization. We are […]

The Technology Adoption Gap Is Real! — The Numbers Behind The Claims

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Although there can be countless adoption gaps found throughout your company’s various department, it is most evident whenever technology is involved. You might not realize, but each employee (including yourself) interacts with an average of 10 different technologies every day and are subjected to 30+ company changes every year. This gets overwhelming and fosters resistance to change, […]

3 Steps Managers Can Take to Innovate Their Change Strategy

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If your experience with change management projects is similar to mine, you know that it is a painfully slow process to get everyone engaged in a new processes or systems that are being implemented.  While there are some early adopters, most users tend to drag out the change for as long as possible. In the […]

Making it Stick: How to apply “The Science of Successful Learning” to the workplace!

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“People generally are going about learning in the wrong ways.” State Peter C Brown, Henry L. Roediger III and Mark A. McDaniel, authors of Make It Stick. “But there’s a catch: the most effective learning strategies are not intuitive.” After Roediger and McDanirl, along with a team of 9 others, won an award for “Applying Cognitive […]

The Next Generation of LMS Training – Learning Retention Systems (LRS)

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Modern Learners are overwhelmed, distracted and impatient. They are untethered, on-demand, collaborative and empowered. What does this mean for your employees? First and foremost, this means that your employees need shorter learnings that work within their busy schedule and focus on long-term recall for better outcomes and realization of profits. Traditional Training was prominent in the Industrial […]

Creating Passionate Cisco, LinkedIn, Google and Microsoft Users

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Customer loyalty is powerful. Customer passion for your solution is gold. Why have brands like Apple been so successful that their customers will line up for hours in front of an Apple store to buy their products? Yes, their designs are cool, but Apple’s long history of passionate customers has much more to do with […]

Why Training/ Learning Companies are Not Enough!

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Although we occasionally use the “learning” and “training” terminology, we are NOT a TRAINING/LEARNING company… and it all has to do with a bike. Did I just confuse you? Well, here’s the thing… We’re not here to train your employees on the ins and out of a new software or process. Instead, our GOAL and […]