The Daily Mindflash

The Mindflash Knowledge Sharing and Online Training Blog.

Expert advice, best practices and more for the most valuable assets of your business - your people.


Online Training: So Much More Than an Online Presentation

Organizations that plan on increasing spending on learning initiatives in the next 12-24 months will do so by 87%. And best-in-class organizations will increase spending on learning initiatives by 121%, according to Aberdeen Research. Specifically, when it comes to online training, 24% of organizations plan to adopt learning technologies (e.g., online, mobile) to appeal to …

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3 Must-Read Reasons why an LMS Improves Talent Retention

Back in June 2012, WorldatWork – a global non-profit association setup to focus on how businesses can attract, motivate and retain employees – ran a study on the Retention of Key Talent and the Role of Rewards. Now, of course, employees can leave your company for a variety of different reasons – some may be …

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Can You Prove That Training Directly Increases Sales Revenue?

Tie your LMS to your CRM to increase ROI. Or, to restate without using so many three-letter acronyms: What if you could tie training data directly to sales revenue? Would the ROI of training increase? Would interest in completing training increase if it you could show that certain types of training enabled more sales? Most …

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RECAP: Mindflash UK Partners Optimised Learning at World of Learning

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We had a great few days at the World of Learning Conference and Exhibition at the NEC last week. We met some really cool people (well to be honest anyone in Learning and Development are really nice people anyway!) It’s always refreshing to learn from others, not only from our clients but from our fellow …

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[INFOGRAPHIC] The M-Learning Movement

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M-Learning is a term used to describe the idea of using portable, electronic devices as a tool for learning. Mobile devices are everywhere, it is said that around 6 billion people have access to a connected mobile device across the globe and for every one person that accesses the Internet from a PC there are …

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