Training Industry Quarterly - Fall 2010 - (Page 4)
IN THIS ISSUE
S P E C I A L R E P O R T S
Learning Design for Every Mind
By Julie Winkle Giulioni and Karen Voloshin Every learner has his or her own learning style, the method that best enables knowledge transfer. Understanding the science behind training helps raise effectiveness levels.
The New Era of Mobile Learning
By Don Duquette Today’s learning increasingly happens on the fly, delivered virtually on all types of devices, including smart phones. Designing training with mobility in mind is good business.
The Essential Tension: Developing Leaders around the Globe
By Dr. Tommy Weir When it comes to preparing leaders or today’s international marketplace, one size does not fit all. Considering local culture helps build leaders prepared for global growth.
Manager Engagement: Reducing Scrap Learning
By John R. Mattox II, Ph.D. A large amount of training knowledge is lost as soon as training events end. Studies show that engaging managers can go a long way toward filling the gaps of lost learning.
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35 American Bankers Association
By Tim Sosbe Times have been tough for banking, but the American Bankers Association offered a little help for its friends, including free compliance courses. It all adds up to success.
38 The Right Stuff: Engaging Learners
By Tracy Hollister Engaging learners involves providing the right content in the right way at the right time. Following that formula means learning is likely to have the right organizational impact.
TrainingIndustry Quarterly, Fall 2010 / A Training Industry, Inc. ezine / www.trainingindustry.com/TIQ
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