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3 more steps to achieve a successful learning culture

Apr 13, 2018 9:17:22 AM / by The Feathercap staff posted in Learning, Blog, learning department, sales enablement tools, onboarding video

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Keeping it simple is an adage we apply to so much in life but unfortunately not as frequently to our learning content. We've all been guilty of building learning which follows the given trend of the day; incorporating more video into a course because we think "youtube" has come into it's own or adding many assessments because we've read a recent CLO magazine article on measuring performance/ KPIs. Our heart and goals are in the right place but these comprise the three additional observations we see to continuing a successful learning culture. This is part 2 of our original post, "4 steps to achieve a successful learning culture".

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4 steps to achieve a successful workplace learning culture

Mar 14, 2018 4:58:53 PM / by The Feathercap staff posted in Learning, Blog, learning department, LMS, culture of learning

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Developing a successful learning culture is the most important prerequisite to our number one goal: aligning the behavior of our learning audience with their jobs. Typically, this is done by thoughtfully producing classes, webinars, on demand courses, videos or one-pager job skills. But what do we do after we’ve bought our learning system and authoring tools but are not seeing our workplace adopt them? If the learning audience doesn’t see their value or worse our team and management are threatened by our activity, what do we do? There are four main ways we see to remedy this.

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Less Is More: 3 Best Practices For Micro Learning

Oct 27, 2017 11:34:08 AM / by The Feathercap staff posted in Learning, Knowledge Management, Blog, learning department, LMS, AI curation, micro learning

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Here are a few best practices that we’ve seen yield great results in building and sharing micro learning to audiences.  Along the way, we’ll distill down what makes micro learning better than simply taking an existing one-hour course and splitting it into twelve shorter five-minute courses.

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