You have planned a two-day training with the greatest trainer in the country and pulled your most expensive employees out from work for the training. And then you find yourself wondering how to overcome the nightmarish phenomenon of the Forgetting Curve depicted by this graph?
How can you ensure that your organization does not suffer due to this? The answer lies in learning automation. You can use learning automation not only for your digital learning initiatives but also to maximize the ROI from the classroom trainings.
The planning is as easy as that. Would you agree that this would result in your trainings being more effective? Let me know what you think by sending me an email.
With Nittio Learn, the execution of the above process is even simpler than the planning. You will be able to get going with it in minutes.
Employees learn through a combination of styles, but they resonate and engage more with certain (preferred) learning styles.
Most people use the terms eLearning and eTraining interchangeably. Most often, people talk about eLearning when the actually mean eTraining.
One key metrics for the training or learning and development department is the wait time for delivering a training once training need has been identified. When a training need is identified by the business, the belief is that the training will either plug a weakness or accelerate performance. In either case, business is looking at increased productivity (read "dollars") post the training.