Does anyone remember how hard it was to answer a question before the internet? It was a bit like an old episode of ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire?’ – you could ask the audience (i.e. the people who happen to be in the room with you) or phone a friend. Now, of course, we...Read more
Efficiency Personified or Less Than Optimal Performance: Where Does your Training Administration Fall?
Global training programs present a complex set of challenges. It can become very difficult, if not impossible, to address these challenges when training administration needs are not adequately addressed. Fortunately, some companies have learned that they can employ specialist providers to assist with learning support processes and the complexities of administrative work. This enables organizations...Read more
As many companies have discovered over the past several years, social media has created a new channel for reaching and engaging with potential customers. In fact, one of the areas in which we at RPS specialize, automotive, has now become the third most talked about topic across online channels. Those in the automotive industry who...Read more
I may be overstating the obvious, but the world has become a pretty busy place. We’re always on the go, and according to recent survey reports, we’re each joined at the hip to an average of 2.9 mobile devices. It’s hard to catch us without a smartphone, tablet, laptop, etc. The way we communicate has...Read more
Each Friday, RPS highlights five popular news stories from the world of training professionals. Visit our blog each week to see which stories were trending amongst your industry peers. Training Magazine Transparent Development: Keys to Successful Talent Reviews by Tim Toterhi Many companies have taken great pains over the last few years to install robust...Read more
A Cartoon Series on the Challenges and Triumphs of Training Want to share a Learning Curves cartoon on your blog or website? Simply cite the cartoon's original URL under the image and you’re good to go. Thanks! Want more on this topic? Check out Greg Luckock's post: Training for the 140 Character Attention Span: How...Read more