Category Archives: Learning Strategy

Here’s why experiential learning is better than being right

By doing small, experimental campaigns and learning from them, we can refine our marketing approach to resonate with our customers. Stacey Ackerman on August 21, 2019 As marketers, we’re taught that the more we research and plan, we improve our chances of getting our marketing right. But is getting it right always the right approach? … Continue reading Here’s why experiential learning is better than being right

How I’m Learning to Become a Chameleon in My Work Relationships

Mel Rubbelke — July 1, 2019 — July 1, 2019 Think back to the last time you were frustrated by a colleague, friend or loved one because they didn’t understand you and your ideas. Were they over communicating, asking for meetings and calling or pinging all the time? Were they not communicating at all? Maybe … Continue reading How I’m Learning to Become a Chameleon in My Work Relationships

Curious About a Learning Management System? Here’s Your Crash Course

Christopher Pappas — February 26, 2018 Follow @cpappas — February 26, 2018 As companies grow, the scale of their training grows in kind. Organizations hone in-house talent with employee training to stay competitive — not only to hit sales targets, but also to build the brand’s image and retain top talent. To accomplish this, companies … Continue reading Curious About a Learning Management System? Here’s Your Crash Course

Four Ways to Improve Your Learning Strategy

by Charles DeNault March 1, 2016March 1, 2016 Last month at Excellence 2016, Brandon Hall’s annual conference, Dave Wentworth, their principle learning analyst, shared the results of their 2015 survey of L&D professionals. The results I found most interesting compared usage and effectiveness of nearly two dozen modes of delivery. Below is a chart listing … Continue reading Four Ways to Improve Your Learning Strategy