Training Industry Quarterly - Fall 2011 - (Page 4)
IN THIS ISSUE
S P E C I A L I S S U E S I N F O E X C H A N G E
Redeﬁning the ‘e’ in e-Learning
By Lance Dublin The focus is no longer on how technology makes learning more efficient. The focus is now on the learning itself and how we can enhance it.
By Michelle Eggleston Innovation creates better and more effective processes. At Pfizer, innovation extends beyond research to move sales training online and out of the classroom.
Essential Components for Effectively Training a Global Workforce
By Don Berbary & Richard Chappell Designing global training is challenging. Adopting a planning strategy and using modern technologies can create a flexible program across time zones.
Five m- Learning Considerations for Your Talent Management Strategy
By Billy Biggs Mobile technology is growing at a rapid pace, yet L&D departments are not taking full advantage of it. It’s time to integrate mobile learning and take learning on the road.
40 Why is Mobile Learning Not More Popular?
By Kevin Oakes The possibilities are endless with mobile learning, but few companies are developing it. Learn more about performance on the go.
Instructional Design: Learning Meets Technology
By Mark Bower The rapid pace of business has changed how we build a knowledgeable workforce. Technology-based learning provides the tools to support their new needs.
42 Tweet Suite
Keep up with the training buzz by joining the discussion on Twitter! Read Tweets from around the industry and around the world.
43 The Pulse
Read all about it! Review top news from the last quarter to see what’s going on in the training industry.
Improving Training: Thinking like a Game Developer
By Karl M. Kapp Video games are precisely designed to engage players for continuous play. Adding games to your learning portfolio can take training to the next level.
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