Modernize Programs Increase ROI and Engagement

With significant investments in content development, companies should search for ways to re-purpose content across various learning programs. Not only will this increase the ROI, but it will also help increase engagement by modernizing the look and feel of courses to match the changes in learner demographics.

Here at InfoPro Learning, we believe that modernization is a key to success for learning programs that lead to business performance results. Modernization strategies are not just for old content, but also creating new content for strategic reuse and increased engagement.

Below is a list of resources on the topic of Modernization, which I will update with new content when available.

The Total Cost of Your Training Portfolio

A portfolio of training programs represents a significant investment in company resources, including the annual training budgets of years past and the time and effort of training personnel, subject matter experts, and training vendors. View our Infographic for a visual journey tracking a single dollar invested in a Global 1000 training portfolio.

Depreciation of Training Value Over Time

Despite significant investment in training programs, annual training program reuse hovers at a rate of about 50% annually, meaning that approximately half of a given company’s training portfolio is not being utilized annually. Annual expenditure and time investment on new training program development exceeds the attention placed on maintaining legacy content by a wide margin.

Reduce for a Greater ROI: How to Audit Training Programs

The Problem Facing L&D: Companies have extensive investments in Training Programs and that content is depreciating at a staggering rate. Training programs become unusable, irrelevant, or outdated if they are not properly managed and maintained. Companies that constantly maintain and reuse their learning assets enjoy a much better return on investment for training expenditure.

Reuse for a Greater ROI: How to Identify and Keep Good Content

Reusing instructionally sound training content where possible saves time and money, and is preferable to developing new content from scratch. As a result of a training portfolio audit, you will identify content that should be reduced or removed as well as content that should be reused for future programs.

Recycle for a Great ROI: How to Future-Proof Your Corporate Training Content

Recycling content with an eye towards improving its effectiveness and design requires the application of modern instructional design techniques to select reusable pieces of content. By recycling existing content, time, effort, and budget are all conserved during the development process when compared to new program development.

Modernize eBook – A Content Strategy Guide for Maximizing Corporate Training ROI

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.

Modernize Strategy Awards

InfoPro Learning, in partnership with USA TODAY NETWORK, created a learning strategy for modernizing product training. The program impacted 2,500 tenured reps, as well as reaching 45 new reps each month, modernizing training to reduce learning time. The project reduced learning time by 60% resulting in training cost savings of $306,000 annually.
The solution has garnered multiple awards including a CLO Learning in Practice Business Impact Award, and a Brandon Hall Group Excellence in Learning Strategy Award for Best Advance in Creating a Learning Strategy.

Preparing for the Next Generation Workfoce – Who are Millennials?

The tech savvy, next generation workforce, is a provoking force whose learning habits, characteristics, styles and expectations can guide innovation in corporate training. Instead of reacting to the new demands of millennials as they enter the workforce, what if we responded by anticipating the new learning styles that will soon rule the L&D community?

3 Traditional Training Approaches that Could Use a Millennial Twist

Social media has promoted a learning environment where new learning styles are being developed. To prepare for these changes, we should use the characteristics of millennials and their ideas of a comfortable learning environment to enhance and innovate the structure of corporate training. Not only for millennial learners, but all learners because the technological revolution has changed the way we all learn.

Social Media: L&D’s Untapped Resource

Social media has promoted a learning environment where new learning styles are being developed. To prepare for these changes, we should use the characteristics of millennials and their ideas of a comfortable learning environment to enhance and innovate the structure of corporate training. Not only for millennial learners, but all learners because the technological revolution has changed the way we all learn.

9 Tips To Repurpose eLearning Content

Are you about to spend valuable time and resources developing new eLearning content? Before you do, take a moment to read these 9 tips for re-purposing your existing eLearning materials.

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Robert Velasquez

Robert Velasquez

About the author: Marketing Coordinator for the US, Robert focuses on exploring and creating impactful material. He has a passion for researching and sharing L&D topics, with a particular interest in learning strategy, mobile technology and anything innovative that changes the way we think about learning.

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