Mindflash in Fast Company: 'How Mint Exec's New Company Will Teach All Employees To Teach Others'
In case you missed it: Mindflash CEO Donna Wells shared some of her insights earlier this week with Fast Company’s E.B. Boyd about the company’s potential to revamp training methods and tools — and get employees to spark a new form of knowledge-sharing. Here’s the post:
Whether you’re a seasoned executive or new to the workforce, the idea of spending an hour in a training class is enough to make you long for a dental appointment. Online training, which emerged about a decade ago, hasn’t improved the experience much, even if it has allowed companies to save money on travel costs.
We can’t promise that MindFlash, a new cloud-based service led by former Mint CMO Donna Wells, is going to make the average employee jump for joy. But we do think it will have a profound impact on how organizations share knowledge–including eventually making trainers out of all of us.
Traditional online training tools consist of software systems that organizations have to install and manage on local computers or servers. That’s expensive. MindFlash, like just about every other work productivity tool released in the last few years, is based in the cloud. That makes it a lot cheaper. Which means more organizations can afford it.
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