Did you know the average attention span in 2000 was 12 seconds? If you think that’s shocking, the average attention span in 2015 was only 8.25 seconds. What does all this mean for training and development? It means there’s an even stronger case to consider adding microlearning into your training
It’s that time of year again where we stop to reflect on what’s happened, what we’ve got going on and what we need to be doing.
For us, 2016 has been a great year and, more specifically, a year of growth.
To give you an idea, we created a little infographic of
An online learning platform is a great resource for storing your organization’s collective knowledge, training new employees, and providing important learning opportunities for your staff.
Unfortunately, many companies underutilize their learning management system (LMS), missing the opportunity to improve employee performance and offer critical skills development. Even the best learning
You know you need a system to deliver training and painstaking looked over all of the LMS vendors. But what about all of the “extras” that vendors are providing. Things like mobile interfaces, two-way integrations, collaboration tools, and gamification add-ons as well as survey engines and webinar tools are all
According to a report by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the average cost-per-hire is somewhere around $4,129. That means every time someone leaves your organization you should be prepared to fork out another four-grand for the time and resources it will take to find and train a replacement.
When speaking to prospective LMS vendors, buyers may hear the words “we have a 98% LMS customer satisfaction rate.” But that number may not be based on actual client feedback. Instead, some vendors will substitute their customer retention rate in place of the satisfaction rate. That sounds okay, right? Not