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The Other Side of Simulation: Gamification is Everything!

Gamified simulations can change the way organizations train up; they have the ability to make normal, day-to-day business operational teaching more compelling and interactive....

Are you investing in the future?

"As the chief learning officer, ask yourself, 'Are we investing sufficiently in learning to generate the growth and return we need?' We had a...

Training Alchemy: A Path of Excellence for Corporate Teams

A well-developed and well-rounded training program will create a "path of excellence" that impacts the bottom line as well as individual careers. If you...

Training Mojo: How to Align Training Metrics with Company Metrics

Summary: Training metrics are vital to your department's operations, but if they aren't aligned with the company, you're creating confusion and an inability to...

Training Mojo: How to Measure Your Training Department

Summary: It's time to start measuring your training department. Start with these five items and you'll get a good picture of what's going on. Measuring...

The Role of Gamification in Corporate Learning

Gamification has far-flung effects on the corporate learning. Though, it is comparatively anonymous term but has penetrated in all types of industries and businesses....

5 Smart Steps to Verify If eLearning Is Suitable for Your Company

We live for modern conveniences, and one of them is eLearning. With eLearning, every part of the learning process is simplified. Universities and public...

Five Focuses For Sales

Many of us believe the "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" idea when it comes to our sales processes. Although this is a...

Sales Forecasting

Summary: Continuing with our series on Sales Cycle Management, we now move to the second component, Sales Forecasting. Now that you've identified opportunities, a...

Role of the Trainer: Engagement

Trainers can achieve engagement in many ways, from encouraging participation to sharing personal experiences and interactive activities. How the trainer encourages engagement is very...