Why microlearning is not just about mini training videos

Despite being switched-on 24-7, 365 days a week, lack of time has become a universal pain point in our modern workforce. Mythical nine-to-five boundaries around work are rapidly fading from our collective memory, with most of us logging on after walking out of the office to continue work, without even a second thought. Our packed schedules not only exact a heavy toll on our mental and physical wellbeing but also provide significant challenges for incorporating corporate training into workflows. According to one recent study, three out of five of us feel overloaded with ‘too much work to do well,’ and one in five report reaching their ‘limit’ of overwork. The last thing an already time-poor workforce needs is ‘death by PowerPoint.’

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