Metaphors aren’t the answer for all training needs, but applying them can certainly be expanded to a wide range of training efforts.
Applying the life sessions about giving and growing. Which lessons have stuck with you?
With so many Rapid Development tools available, creating eLearning is easier than ever. But are there times when these tools just won’t cut it?
Is your company curriculum a well-planned meal or a little-bit-of-everything buffet? Here’s something to chew on about eLearning.
The sense of shaping your own destiny and playing an active part in the unfolding of the story creates a tremendous sense of ownership and accountability. Now how can you bestow that to your employees?
How many times do we construct training for a system or workflow that is poorly designed…and subsequently create some very painful training programs!
Many people think of Game Theory as the introduction of video games in the workplace, and are usually shocked to hear that it has been around since the 1930’s…long before Atari, Nintendo, and Farmville.
There is immense power in our organizations. That power is in the people who come into work, do their jobs, and go home. Let’s educate them. Engage them. Involve them.
Technology is evolving at an extraordinary rate. While that is great for gamers, it is also brings amazing opportunities to how the next generation will learn.
Are you creating lessons for your employees to go through, or giving them a big picture and allowing them to create their own journey?
Our approach to learning is based heavily on our belief that a combination of innovative learning design enhanced by complementary media treatments creates an engaging learning experience for users with all types of learning styles.
Feeling connected is a funny thing. Sometimes it feels out of reach, others times it's as simple as setting down your drink.
Writing a summary of a paragraph you just read is cakewalk, right? To some, yes, to others it's a big no!
What makes a great game? The graphics, or the game play? We're willing to bet it's the latter.
Are you just bolting on more learning without a clear objective or big picture in mind? This can't go on forever...