It may not be news, but mobile is everywhere. "Mobile First" is impacting life (and learning) as we know it.
With companies seeking new income-generating opportunities and ways to increase indirect revenue, many are surprised to find that the answer may be as simple as training channel partners. Your network of salespeople, resellers, and vendors are a key source of revenue and growth. That’s why they need viable resources to sell, satisfy customers, and foster upward movement. If a lag in sales productivity occurs, it could also mean your sales team needs some extra motivation.
Crafting an appealing online training incentives program is an excellent way to motivate distributed workforces and members of your extended enterprise. Effectively training your contractors, resellers, partners, and employees is one proven way to reinforce key business objectives and improve your bottom line. The convenience and flexibility of Learning Management Systems (LMS) certainly helps, but however, partners need quantifiable reasons to participate.
Globalization means businesses have an ever increasing need to scale their operations, and recent Mindflash reviews suggest that we're helping businesses do just that!
Calculating Return on Investment (ROI) is no easy feat for most any project. And, measuring the ROI for your training programs is no exception.
Repurposing content is an important way to deploy new content for your in-person or online training programs without having to start completely from scratch. Added bonus: You also have the luxury of knowing how the content has performed in the past!
For healthcare organizations looking to ensure they remain compliant, having the proper tools and training is essential. Companies must establish that their entire organization is compliant with ever-changing government regulations on both a local and national level.
In the divided world of sales and product expertise, the salesperson typically chats with a customer about a product or service with canned catchphrases and relatable industry jargon while the Subject Matter Expert (SME) cavorts with the C-suite and product engineers. One is on the front lines communicating the information, while the other is in the office creating and disseminating information. And the customer or client, whom they are both intentionally serving, its receiving information from different angles and degrees. Line managers in market-facing roles need a way in which to curate, if you will, a relationship between a salesperson and a SME in order to best serve their clientele with up-to-date information as well as professional relationships.