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,
1. Choose the best learning management system. You must determine the learning management system (LMS) that will best suit the needs of your organization. There are a myriad of LMS systems: some allow content development, some allow content curation, others are solely tech platforms. Does it come with learning record storage (LRS)? In addition to