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Post COVID-19 Compliance Training Must Change

Post COVD-19 compliance training must change. COVID-19 has had a lot of impact to both our personal and professional worlds. Schools, businesses, and governments have all either been shut down or turned upside down by shelter-in-place orders that governments issued to save lives and protect people. But now as months have passed, we are all …

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Effectively Structuring Your Learning Programs

When designing a learning program, our goal is always focused around how can we help our learners retain knowledge and effectively apply it in the workplace. While the goal may seem obvious, reaching it is much more a challenge. In today’s environment, learning professionals are constantly competing for the mindshare of their learners, which is …

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Increase QSR Team Member Retention with Digital Learning

Have you ever tried to truly quantify the value of new team member training? What is your goal for the new team member? Certainly, it is not one task such as taking orders at the front counter, cooking chicken or flipping hamburgers. Do not underestimate the true power of learning during the onboarding process. The …

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The Other 20% – Why it Matters in Training

In business, knowledge is everything. When you have extensive knowledge of your client base, products and competitors, you have an edge that gives you power in your choices. Achieving this is relatively simple in theory, thus training is essential to ensure company outcomes are better. However, most companies settle for learning platforms (LMS, Micro-Learning, etc.) …

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Is There A Natural Bias In Corporate Learning?

“Once again reminded that many in L&D only deal with “knowledge workers” and not food service, environmental services, grounds keeping, etc. Not everyone reads at a 10th grade level or writes at 6th grade. Many are trying to work in language that’s not even their first. smh.”  –  @JaneBozarth When someone exactly describes a pain that you …

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Measure the value of training

Measuring Training Return on Investment

When we set the course to take mLevel from a framework to a product we had a goal. Not just to make it easy to include gamification. Or to make creation of training content much faster. Or to make learning much more engaging. (We did those things.) No, we dreamed of the day when we could help corporations truly …

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The 3 Most Important Steps for Adaptive Learning Development

3 steps to help your learning department become fully Adaptive In an ideal world, learners would be automatically prompted to complete a learning module based on time of day, location, daily patterns and most of all, relevance to their activity. They’d be given a unique and personalized course derived from their previous knowledge and performance. Everything they …

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The Pain Behind Adaptive Learning Development

Why Adaptive Learning development is nearly impossible: This blog is a follow-up to our blog on the 6 Levels of Adaptive Learning. Among many other L&D buzzwords such as microlearning, gamification, and personalized learning, the term “adaptive learning” is becoming more and more popular in the industry. According to McGraw Hill, Adaptive Learning is defined …

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The 6 Levels of Adaptive Learning – Science Fiction or Reality?

The 6 Levels of Adaptive Learning Defined What is Science Fiction and What is Reality? What is Adaptive Learning? Is it the new “thing”? A quick Google search yields 51,200,000 results so clearly, it’s been around for a while. Is it science fiction? I have a colleague who imagines a Matrix-like world where knowledge is …

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