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Adapting to Adaptive Learning

Instead of constantly adapting to change, why not change to be adaptive?  - Fred Emery Embracing business disruption is a function of every business department, and learning organizations are no exception. Most businesses recognize that the change required is one of...

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CUSTOMER STORY: Rural Transit Assistance Program

CUSTOMER STORY: Rural Transit Assistance Program (RTAP) Making Rural Transportation Routes Safer The shooting in North Seattle last month serves as a potent reminder that our transportation workforce, for the safety of their passengers, community and themselves need...

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Why Gamification? More Importantly, Why Now?

According to a recent PWC report, you have a digital skills gap. Nearly every company does. There is a significant divide between the skills and technologies that companies say matter most, and where they are investing. Technologies like AI, machine learning and data...

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Should You Outsource or Keep Learning In-House?

THE ANSWER ISN’T AS SIMPLE AS YES OR NO  Maybe you’ve made the decision to introduce eLearning content into your organization for the first time or maybe you have a learning team already defined as part of the organization. Either way, the question “who’s going to...

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Getting Graphic, Novels for Adult Learning

Over the past five years, the North American graphic novel market has grown from about $805 million in sales in 2012 to more than $1 billion in 2017 - nearly 20% growth in just five years. Unfamiliar with the graphic novel? Think about it as a book made up...

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Dusting Off Your Compliance PowerPoint

Dusting Off Your Crusty Compliance PPT In 2017, 87% of Learning and Development professionals surveyed indicated that they were planning to “improve” their compliance learning programs. That’s good news. No one is inspired by that 30- or 60-minute, dull-as-dirt,...

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