White Papers and eBooks

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L&D’s Untapped Resource

46% of the workforce will be Millennials by 2020. Are your training programs staying relevant with the new generation? Social media has promoted a learning environment where new learning styles are being developed. The characteristics of millennials and their ideas of a comfortable learning environment can be used to enhance and innovate the structure of corporate training.

L&D’s Untapped Resource to learn about social media applications that could supplement and transform your training programs.

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Training programs become unusable, irrelevant, or outdated if they are not properly managed and maintained. Companies that maintain and reuse their learning assets enjoy a much better return on investment and employee satisfaction.

Learn how to maximize your training ROI today! Download “Modernize” to start developing a strategy for revitalizing legacy content and preparing content for future usability.

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Timing is Everything

Plenty of time and energy is spent in talent development pondering answers to the “Who?” “What?” “Why?” “Where?” and “How?” questions of training, but the question of “When?” is often limited to one answer: “Whenever time permits”. However, the strategic element of timing in training is much more nuanced than this, and can lead to significant gains in return on investment if planned properly. Download “Timing is Everything” to learn how offering strategic blended learning interventions at key points in time decreases time to proficiency.


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Investing Wisely Maximize Your Sales Training Budget

Spending on sales training last year topped $20 billion and consistently ranks in the top three areas of focus for training every single year. Within this market, over 50% of content is directed towards improving selling skills. This article outlines how companies can achieve greater performance results from their sales teams by investing less on selling skills, and more on product knowledge.

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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – How to Maximize Corporate Training ROI

Corporate training portfolios are a massive investment, estimated at $18 million for companies with at least 1,000 hours of content, and most companies are allowing the depreciation of their training portfolios by neglecting to use old content. Companies can maximize the ROI on training if they modernize old training programs by reducing the amount of unnecessary or redundant content, reusing instructionally sound content, and recycling content with an eye towards improving and modernizing its design. This white paper explores best practices in maximizing corporate training ROI through the modernization of outdated content.

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HTML 5 – The Digital Disruptor

It has now become imperative for organizations to rethink ways of connecting with employees and users online. Organizations need to implement digital worlds where employees can exchange ideas, learn new things and improve their performance. With this in mind, challenges and opportunities for learning and development organizations have doubled. Read this white paper for insights on how to embrace digital access with HTML 5-based learning and what’s ahead.

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Planning and Implementing Mobile Learning

The convergence of mobile communications and handheld computers offers the opportunity to develop technology that can assist individuals and groups with learning anytime, anywhere. Mobile learning can help learners connect at the right time to access or share valuable learning, which can be critical to handling real-life situations. Read this white paper to learn about what’s driving mLearning, mobile learning platforms, how mLearning works and how to plan for your transition.

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Maximize Your Sales Training Budget

Industry Expert

“Companies invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in creating brand new content, just to forget about it a couple of years later. Our goal is to revitalize that content and then create a strategy for extending the shelf life of all learning assets in the future.”

Abhash Singh
Learning Program Manager

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