It’s easy to imagine what makes bad corporate training, but what makes good training? That depends on what you want out of it.
If there’s one certainty in the business world, it’s this: mistakes will be made. That’s not just a fact of business, of course. That’s a fact of life. Human beings are flawed. We make mistakes. We have knowledge gaps, and the sooner we accept this, the more open we’ll be to better methods of corporate learning.
As corporate learning continues to evolve, so does the role of the corporate training instructor. Learners expect instructors to take on a different role than the one we’ve seen in traditional corporate training. This new role combined with Adaptive Learning creates the perfect environment for blended learning.
We know Adaptive Learning has a positive business impact because it:
We already know that Adaptive Learning has multiple benefits for the learner and the business, but the technology also benefits the instructional designers who create corporate e-learning courses.
Learner needs are changing fast. Training Industry identified all the ways learner needs will influence corporate training delivery methods in 2018. First on their list: personalized learning is in high demand, pushing the corporate training function to catch up.
The Danish Growth Fund has made a record-breaking $30 million investment in the Danish technology and learning company Area9 Lyceum. With this investment, considerably larger than previous investments by the fund, The Danish Growth Fund clearly signals their ambition of placing Denmark as world-leading in the field of educational technology.
Millennials, technology, and the economy are having a profound impact on retail, service, and hospitality industries. As industries change, your business needs to change with them or risk being left behind.
At Area9 Learning, we know that when your business has thousands of employees and only a few training managers, it’s probably difficult to find a training platform that teaches at scale, gets employees up to speed fast, and still allows you to maintain the level of control you need to ensure your organization’s standards are met.
If your corporate e-learning program doesn’t positively impact your business, then what’s the point? Adaptive Learning brings with it maximum business impact: it benefits the learner and your business making it more effective than traditional corporate learning programs.
Much as Adaptive Learning improves retail employee training by saving staff time away from the sales floor, Adaptive Learning improves hospitality staff training.