How Microlearning Gets Employees Addicted To Learning

The primary problem faced by corporate organizations that use eLearning for employee development, is that it fails to engage employees.

When employees struggle to engage with eLearning, they fail to learn new skills, making corporate organizations think of learning and development (L&D) as a waste of time. However, microlearning strategy has had unexpected and positive results in engaging employees. Organizations which have implemented effective microlearning in their L&D programs say that not only has microlearning been able to keep the employees engaged, it has made them addicted to learning. In other words, their employees cannot help but check their phones every once in a while for a new microlearning course on their learning management system (LMS). Organizations that have been using microlearning for employee development and training include giants like Walmart, InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), Bloomingdale’s, Magellan Health, Berkshire Hathaway Media Group and a number of others. So what gives microlearning the power to get learner’s hooked? In this article, we will shed light on exactly that.

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