Move past the "don't-do" eLearning

Move past the

A few days back, when I gave a brief introduction of Nittio Learn to an acquaintance, she made a remark - "Oh, that means corporate eLearning would cover more business critical areas than the typical don't do eLearning". When I asked her what she meant by "don't do" eLearning, she answered that she had always encountered only legally mandated compliance trainings and other trainings of similar nature through eLearning. These trainings are mostly telling employees what not to do at work, leading eLearning to get the "don't do" eLearning tag.

I found the articulation really interesting. While those trainings are important in their own right, they do not cover the core expertise that your employees need to have. It is only when eLearning is applied to more business critical expertise that you can gain from its real benefits:

  • Learner led learning - continuous, on-demand
  • Top-down directed - as and when seen fit
  • Visibility into the organizational competence and gaps
  • Getting your expert employees to easily train more of your staffs

eLearning does not have to be just for the stuff that is on the side-lines of your business areas. Today's technology allows you to incorporate eLearning into your core business areas and multiply the output of your employees.

If you want to check how Nittio Learn can bring in the benefits of eLearning to your business, just send us an email to hello@nittio.com or visit www.nittiolearn.com.


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