CoreAxis is pleased to have been recognized as one of the 30 Most Innovative Companies to watch in 2018 by Insight Success. Check out the excerpt below of the article that appeared in Insight Success’ “The 30 Most Innovative Companies to Watch 2018” issue. To read the full article click here. CoreAxis Consulting, LLC (CoreAxis)
Augmented reality (A/R). If that phrase gives you visions of Blade Runner, you are not alone. In the past several years there has been a lot of discussion on the use of enhanced reality in learning and development. Companies like Apple and Microsoft are betting on it to deliver unique user experiences and drive sales
Imagine this – you are designing a training program to upskill existing employees, or you have to create new hire training program. You dust off your instructional design skills, fire up your PowerPoint, Storyline, or Camtasia, and get ready to create your courses. But wait – are you sure you know what you are doing?
Have you ever had a crisis at work, but couldn’t fix it because that issue’s go-to person was out of the office? Have you had to deal with an understaffed department or team? Some managers cite situations like these as reasons for cross-training their employees. According to The Balance contributor F. John Reh, “cross-training is training
In the 1914 book, The Psychology of Learning, Edward Thorndike used the term “decay theory” to describe the idea that if someone does not access and use the memory representation formed, that memory trace will decay over time. Today, learning decay is a widely recognized pitfall in corporate learning and development. Some learning decay is expected,
Cultural fit is the likelihood that someone will reflect and/or be able to adapt to the core beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors that make up your organization. –Harvard Business Review That sounds good, right? Why wouldn’t you want to hire people who are likely to fit in with your team and follow your company values? As
In almost every industry, companies face more competition than ever. How can a corporation stand out among its competitors? One method of separating yourself from the crowd is to embrace corporate social responsibility. Corporate social responsibility (sometimes styled as “CSR”) is best defined as self-imposed social accountability. Investopedia has perhaps the most succinct description of this
Soft skills, defined as interpersonal skills that describe how people relate and interact with others, are important for successful companies. Unfortunately, many executives don’t see the value in investing in soft skills training.. This is usually due to misconceptions about why soft skills matter. Here are six reasons why soft skills should matter to your