Category Archives: Training

5 Online Engagement Strategies

An engaged online campaigns is a strategic business asset that enables business to inspire, motivate and mobilize its employees to achieve defined business goals. This is the idea I am going to discuss in this post, that how engaged employees … Continue reading

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Importance of corporate training for employees and organization

With the advent of high end technology in corporate organizations, complicated things have become much easier to manage. A large number of private as well as public organizations are implementing full-fledged corporate trainings especially in the Human resource department. With … Continue reading

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Fears about Technology Enabled Learning

Although we see a strong push for incorporation of technology in educational and training settings, and availability in the hands of students and teachers, many fears regarding its implementation are still evident. On one side, technology enabled learning is seen … Continue reading

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What Are The Components of a Good LMS?

LMSs have many features, and we have already looked at the features you should look for when choosing a LMS. We have also looked at how you should choose a LMS. However, now we need to know what parts usually … Continue reading

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Learning Vs. Training & Development

I have talked about a lot regarding training and development, in my previous blog posts, both in educational and professional context. Many of people’s responses made me encounter a question that is there any difference between learning and training. In … Continue reading

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Huge MOOCs savings

Though Silicon Valley has vigorously promoted MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), however, some universities and organizations are still reluctant to consider it appropriate to include it in their learning and training structure. Most of the value addition or benefits that … Continue reading

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Using a MOOC for HiPo Training

In this blog post, I am just going to be learner oriented, especially those having superior training needs and targets. Though corporate training has become an integral part of most of the organizations, in view of its importance to make … Continue reading

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What Are Your Training Metrics Actually Measuring?

Is your training working? That is the question. We can talk about MOOCs and gamification and whether self-paced courses are better than scheduled courses until we’re blue in the face, but the reality is that only one question really matters … Continue reading

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MOOCs and Brain-Based Learning: The Perfect Combination?

For too long, corporate training has focused on teaching, rather than on learning. This is the fundamental reason why so much corporate training fails: the way it is presented simply doesn’t have anything to do with the way people learn. … Continue reading

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The 4 Biggest Fears About Online Learning and How to Overcome Them

On this blog, I’ve mainly discussed attitudes about MOOCs and online learning from the perspective of trainers, managers, and others higher up in the organization. But, there is an even more important group of people whose attitudes need to be … Continue reading

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