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Each year, Training magazine recognizes 125 businesses for their amazing employee training programs. These are companies that have made employee training a top priority and implemented innovative programs. Below, we take a look at some of the 2012 winners to see how they improved their own internal training and find out how other businesses might follow suit.
Learning Management Systems Allow Powerful Training Programs to be delivered on the Go
Donna Wells, the CEO of Mindflash, will be teaming up with several female CEOs and founders of tech companies next week at South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive for a panel titled “Becoming a CEO: Lessons from Four Techette Leaders.”
What do you get when you combine Instagram, Robert Scoble, and Google Streetview? A first-place winning app called “Creepagram,” designed by Mindflash engineers Matt Smith and Jon Sullivan.
The economy might be showing the faintest glimmers of recovery, but with unemployment still at 8.5 percent and many long-term unemployed struggling to find their way back into the labor force, investing more in training seems like a no-brainer. But who should pay to get workers the skills they need to qualify for open positions? The New York Times asked that very question this week.
This post was written by Mindflash CEO Donna Wells for Fast Company Magazine. Excerpt republished with permission. Read the whole article at Fast Company.
Pop quiz: How do you ensure that your employees are really absorbing the materials in the training courses you’ve created with Mindflash? Answer: Make a pop quiz.
So you’ve toiled and fine-tuned and delivered your PowerPoint presentation dozens of times, until it really sings. The good news is that Mindflash allows you to upload it in a snap, and easily share it with your colleagues or trainees instantly.