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Corporate University: Avoiding the “Ivory Tower”

Learning and Development departments, as well as corporate universities, can sometimes fall victim to the "ivory tower" syndrome, that is, losing touch with the...

MOOCs: Flipping the Corporate Classroom

I have said before that the real innovation of massive open online courses (MOOCs) is not technological (after all, we already had online videos,...

PERFORMANCE TRAINING

The Gap in soft skill training

Soft skill has become quite a common term that it seems to lose its significance with time. Or, may be organizations of today are...

Boost your intelligence: 6 ways to maximize your cognitive potential

In today's world, the health should be the primary concern to every person. The health can be mental, physically, emotionally or psychologically. Among all...

Proving the Value of Training

Here are a couple of good questions for you: How do you prove the value of training? How can you accurately quantify the value...

Is Your Employee Training A Waste Of Time And Money?

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First of all, let’s start with defining what employee training is. In the most general sense, it can be explained as providing your employees...

Is the Pareto Principle Still 80/20?

In the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, an Italian economist and sociologist, Vilfredo Pareto, noted that 80% of Italy’s money was held by...

The Race between Learning and Technology

Well, this post is going to be quite significant since it discusses an ever popular buzz comparing the learning with technology. Learning and technology...

What Happens in the Brain When You learn a Language?

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In recent times, more people are learning new languages than ever before. The uptake of multilingualism has been the focus of so many in...

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