Human resources are the drivers of organization’s business endeavors. They cause business to win new opportunities and help grow further. Eventually, they also impact negatively on business results. Smart businesses recognize this critical constituent and act to turn it in their favor. So, the important question is ‘What is that they do to achieve it?’
The answer is: ‘Workforce training is the only idea which helps them’.
“Training is the most effective and efficient instrument to make an impactful change in the workforce performance making a company grow.”
In many organizations, training is often abandoned due to unsustainable reasons of Cost.
In this blog, I will try to put forth rationale to convince that “Not Training” can cost significantly higher than the Training Cost.
Elearning has evolved over the years and has overtaken live classroom trainings. Most of the companies now make use of an LMS (learning management system), to provide and track all eLearning courses. Some will subscribe to an LMS service while others build their own. No matter what, all the companies want their eLearning training courses to work on their LMS’ and that’s where SCORM and Tin Can API get into the picture.
In this blog, I’ll explain all you need to know about SCORM 1.1, SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004 and Tin Can API, and how they are different from each other and why they are so important in the eLearning world.
It won’t take long for a discussion to turn into a debate, particularly when a group of eLearning professionals gather under one roof. Fortunately, I was one of ‘em, we had a great time discussing each other’s observations on Rise – a new responsive eLearning authoring tool from Articulate for rapid eLearning development. Luckily, I had a few microlearning sample / example courses created using Articulate Rise. In this blog, I will share the insights I gathered from our debate along with my examples on Articulate Rise.
Learning becomes more meaningful when it is culturally relevant and engaging. And corporate eLearning or online training is more effective when delivered in the learner’s native language. Translation and localization of the eLearning content for globally dispersed learners brings consistency in training. It helps the workforce to understand the company’s policies and procedures effectively while delivering the consistent message across the organization.