Research shows there’s a significant disconnect between what leaders want L&D to look and function like in the modern organization, and the reality. Several large companies are still struggling to move away from course-centric training mechanisms to continuous on-the-job learning. The modern business demands real time learning. L&D needs to move away from an ‘event’ mindset to a more continuous approach to improve knowledge retention. The rapid expansion of software applications has led to a widening skill gap among employees. It’s not surprising that ‘reskilling’ and ‘upskilling’ are right up there among L&D priorities for 2022.

Describe how the session will provide a solution for attendees:
During this session, Hurrsh Kaoul, will share his insights into enabling a continuous learning mechanism for employees to improve software proficiency, adoption, and productivity.

April 3, 2022

Workflow Learning: Making Software Training Accessible and Experiential

Research shows there’s a significant disconnect between what leaders want L&D to look and function like in the modern organization, and the reality. Several large companies […]
March 29, 2022

The Future of Industrial Work is Here

Today’s industrial workforce is different. It’s rapidly changing, diverse, and dramatically less stable than it used to be. Manufacturing leaders are faced with challenges like shorter […]
March 25, 2022

Personalization: Bridging the Gap Between Learning and Performance

Remote work brought in some much needed changes to the learning experience. Mandatory week-long training sessions were replaced with more tailored experiences that cater to individual […]
January 4, 2022

Workflow Learning: Getting Into the Flow

In a world where we can access information simply by saying, “Hey Alexa,” our learners are getting more and more comfortable with getting information when and […]
January 4, 2022

Next-level Microlearning: Competency through Micro Practice

Everyone knows that microlearning should be short to engage and retain attention, but brevity is only one element that makes microlearning so appealing to users and […]
January 4, 2022

Workflow Learning: Providing Learning Just-In-Time Instead of Just-In-Case

As employees return to work in a new normal with restricted office spaces, hybrid scenarios, or remote working, the challenge of how to support and train […]
January 4, 2022

Helping Frontline Leaders Accelerate Learning

Many leaders, designers, and trainers rely on frontline leaders to implement training and learning. Unfortunately, the frontline leaders are disinterested in the “added” role of being […]
January 4, 2022

How to Build a Text Message Course

Learning leaders face many challenges related to building scalable, accessible, cost-effective learning that drives meaningful learning outcomes. Video-based or microlearning-based courses see completion rates of anywhere […]
January 4, 2022

How to Use TikTok Videos as Part of Your Learning Culture

Even with the explosion of conversation over recent years over microlearning, we still find ourselves creating learning modules that can be anywhere from 30-60 minutes long, […]
Register