Transitioning from Class-Based to Blended Training

In the practice of talking to trainers about implementing blended learning tools, an important business question comes up repeatedly. How does a training agency or an individual trainer transition from a traditional to a more flexible blended model? Based on discussions with quite a few trainers, it’s become obvious that no one has the answer […]

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Stop bad leadership habits before they start

New managers aren’t getting the training they need when they first step up to leadership roles. Without training, undesirable managerial habits develop that prevent new managers from being as effective as they need to be. It could also be part of the reason why 60 percent of new managers underperform—or fail—in their first two years. When left […]

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Developers of learning content face uphill battles

Article Author: Mark Gross, CEO, Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL) In a recent survey of professionals who create and deliver training and educational content, both business and public-sector organizations point to several challenges they face in today’s content-driven marketplace: primarily, a lack of resources to maintain content,reduced time to market, and the analytics to measure effectiveness. Budget […]

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