It’s a topic that is widely discussed and is only going to come more into focus in 2016 as the rise of mobile browsing continues.
Wearable technology has been big news in recent years, however it isn’t a completely fresh concept with some early pieces like the calculator watch dating back to the 70s! This was just the start of a technological evolution that combines technology with functionality. Although this was a genius concept and the start of what is now a huge market, the difference with wearable technology back in the 70s compared to now is that it’s not just about advance technology or great functionality, it’s about creating a work of art. Something extremely fashionable and sleek. This being why wearables are so successful now, as they are connecting with not just the tech savvy, but with the broader market. Making smart clothing, connected glasses and smart watches hit the big time in 2015.
There are so many benefits of eLearning as a training delivery method, but as you’d expect there are of course drawbacks too. One of the myriad of challenges involved in creating eLearning content which is engaging for the end user is of course the actual delivery of your eLearning.
The end of 2015 is upon us, and there’s only one thing on most people’s minds at the moment: The Holidays.
We here at Mindflash pride ourselves on our easy online training platform.
Manage Users in your Training Program on the Go!
Mindflash is excited to report that the new Manage Users page is mobile friendly!
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 multiple learning styles and relieve business pressures that can be solved through knowledge sharing. There’s no question that the Learning & Development (L&D) field is expanding.
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.
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 competitors too!