Content Curation in Times of Uncertainty

The Business of Learning
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Click here for more information. If you’ve heard it once, you’ll have probably heard it a thousand times – today’s world is increasingly described as being a VUCA one – that is more Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous than it ever has been before. It’s a world where new skills not only need to be […]

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Mobile Divorces Flash…And What It Means For Training

Technology & Learning
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It’s no secret that HTML5 has taken over when it comes to digital content development for mobile devices. In November of 2011, Adobe announced that it would no longer continue to develop their Flash Player for mobile device browsers. What does this mean for training professionals? It means that anyone developing eLearning content intended for […]

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Why the Oil & Gas Industry Needs New Models of Training – Fast

The Business of Learning
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The phrase “failure is not an option” is often used to convey the importance of the task at hand. However, when you take the time to think about it, failure is not an option that someone would consciously choose, but rather the potential result when the person or team is not fully prepared to execute […]

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Training: The Key to Keeping Competitive Dealerships at Bay

Workforce Development
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One of the more interesting aspects of going through the car buying process is how the sales people always want to tell you about the dealership’s great service department. Terms such as award winning, 5-star rating and state-of-the-art facilities are often thrown around to describe the level of service that you can expect when you […]

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Standardized Variation – The Key to Multilingual Training

Technology & Learning
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While “Standardized Variation” may sound like an oxymoron, it may also hold the key to effective multilingual training. The topic has emerged as an important consideration for trainers when  developing a standardized course master that ensures consistency across the entire training population, while also accommodating the appropriate cultural variations of local audiences. Too much standardization […]

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Five Olympic-Sized Training Lessons for Corporations

The Business of Learning
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As an avid watcher of both the summer and winter Olympic Games, I often find myself inspired by the stories of these athletes and the sacrifices they make in order to realize their dreams of someday becoming Olympic champions. For training experts, the games also represent an opportunity to explore the traits that make people […]

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In High-Stress Environments, Group Emotional Intelligence is Often the Difference Between Success and Failure

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Whether you are referring to athletics or business, you often hear that winning begins with building a cohesive team, not just collecting the best talent. The goal of every successful coach or manager is to build a team of individuals that can anticipate one another’s moves and operate as a seamless unit. This is one […]

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