Why usual Training Strategies don’t work for Sales Training

My very first project in Switzerland was to co-create a Sales Learning Program for a global medical devices company. It was an invaluable experience, with […]

Free Game for September: Emotional Fact-telling!

I like the concept of learning with games. They bring an element of triviality to learning, and since I don’t take either myself or anyone […]

Free Game for September: Emotional Fact-telling!

I like learning games. They bring an element of triviality to learning, and since I don’t take myself or anyone else too seriously, I like […]

What an LMS means for different Organizational Functions

Setting up an LMS (learning management system) often brings to the forefront different wishes from different organizational functions. For me, bringing together these disparate, often […]

Top 10 Signs Your Project is Heading for a Meltdown

All projects have their unique challenges, and having a project challenge doesn’t automatically spell out impending project doom. When I say “project” I mean “large, […]

Why usual Training Strategies don’t work for Sales Training

1. Design most of the training as informative online trainings: Sales skills cannot be trained with information alone. Even if e-learning is used, interactive case […]

Training Activities for the Classroom

I primarily work with e-learning, so it’s a ton of fun when I get the chance to create a classroom training program. It is important to […]

Working with external Agencies

While I started my career in the learning and performance industry as a trainee consultant, I now work as a Training Manager in an internal […]

Using LMS Reports to analyze Training Data

The push for a new learning management system, or for an upgrade to the existing LMS, is usually an enterprise requirement for larger volumes of […]

Marketing your Learning Program

Oftentimes, we are called in to consult for clients who show us their current training program with a request to improve it. When we ask them […]

Making Learning-based Connections

Successful training empowers learners to make connections- with the learning content, with each other, among information received from multiple trainings, and between a challenge and […]

21 CFR Part 11 FDA Compliance: What does it mean for an LMS?

Title 21 CFR Part 11 of the Code of Federal Regulations deals with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) guidelines on electronic records and electronic […]

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