I’m Glad Millennials Scare Learning and Development – Part 3

By |2016-09-29T09:00:25+00:00September 29th, 2016|Association Management, eLearning, Employee engagement and reterntion, Featured Post, Game-based Learning, Gamification, Instructional Design, Learning Theory, Member Engagement & Retention, Project Management, Strategic Planning, Training and Development, Uncategorized|

Part 2 discussed five outdated Learning and Development (L&D) practices and why they don’t work. This final installment is going to visit the other side of the coin. Here are five updated practices that will [...]

Bridge the Skills-Gap with Competency Based Learning

By |2016-09-22T09:00:42+00:00September 22nd, 2016|Association eLearning Blog, Association Management, Communications, eLearning, Featured Post, Instructional Design, Learning Theory, Member Engagement & Retention, Project Management, Strategic Planning, Tips and Tricks, Training and Development|

Dear Associations, I am trying to get into a skilled labor position at company X. I have some experience but there are new rules and regulations and I just can’t keep up. I could go [...]

Quality Assurance: Fine-Tuning Your eLearning to Be Its Best Part 3

By |2016-08-18T09:00:32+00:00August 18th, 2016|Association eLearning Blog, Association Management, Creative Design, eLearning, Featured Post, Instructional Design, Project Management, Tips and Tricks, Training and Development|

Chapter 3: Advanced QA Testing So far we’ve talked about the basic and intermediate techniques of quality assurance testing (QA). In our final installment, we’ll look at more advanced techniques that will help your eLearning [...]

Quality Assurance: Fine-Tuning Your eLearning to Be Its Best Part 2

By |2016-08-04T09:00:16+00:00August 4th, 2016|Association eLearning Blog, Association Management, eLearning, Featured Post, Instructional Design, Project Management, Strategic Planning, Tips and Tricks, Training and Development|

Chapter 2: Intermediate Quality Assurance Testing In our first chapter, we discussed some of the basics of quality assurance (QA). Now, we will discuss some of the more involved tasks that are associated with making [...]

RF, Please…Why an RFP Isn’t the Best Method For Choosing an LMS Vendor

By |2016-07-28T09:00:26+00:00July 28th, 2016|Association eLearning Blog, Association Management, Budgets and ROI, eLearning, Featured Post, Learning Management Systems, Mobile Learning, Strategic Planning, Training and Development|

Analyst John Leh says there are 700 LMS vendors in the industry. That means there are a lot of options, with a lot of features, a lot of variations, and a lot of sales teams [...]

I’m Glad Millennials Scare Learning and Development

By |2016-07-14T09:00:54+00:00July 14th, 2016|Association eLearning Blog, Association Management, Creative Design, eLearning, Employee engagement and reterntion, Featured Post, Instructional Design, Learning Theory, Strategic Planning, Training and Development|

The learning and development (L&D) world seems to be confused by, if not outright afraid of, millennials. Curious about the ruckus, I did some research. And admittedly, as a millennial, I was curious to see [...]

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