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What Corporate Trainers Can Learn from MOOCs (Even If You Don’t Use Them)

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) recently celebrated their third anniversary. What started as an ambitious experiment is now becoming a standard component of education. Learners around the country and around the world are taking MOOCs. Even many students at traditional … Continue reading

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Top 10 Training Mistakes

Being tasked with building or managing a training organization is a larger-than-life responsibility. Mistakes will happen – but here are the ten most common training mistakes and how to avoid them. Building and managing a training department is a difficult … Continue reading

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Training Mojo: Developing a Culture of Training by Getting Buy-In From Stakeholders and Staff

Summary: Looking for a way to bring your training department to the next level? Create a training culture by obtaining buy-in from stakeholders and staff.When the training department is up and running and your courses are being delivered regularly, does … Continue reading

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Training Mojo: 10 Steps to Create Your Training Dojo

Summary: Are you challenged with creating a new training department? Here are ten steps to help you create a Training Dojo, a place where employees go to learn about their jobs, progress to higher career levels, and discover how to … Continue reading

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Training and the New Global Economy

Every organization is adapting to new economics, smaller staffs, and slashed budgets. But in this new economy, the work still has to be done and training in some form must continue. How does the training organization adapt to the new global economy?
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