Training Industry Magazine - Winter 2015 - (Page 43)

BY SONIA WADHWA, CPLP LEARNING coN TE NT MOD ER N I Z AT I ON: WHY, WHAT AND HOW M ost mid- and large-sized companies have invested considerably in creating training content over the years. They have spent lots of time, money and resources to create the training content in different formats, whether it's instructor-led trainings, online trainings, or documents that have been created as job aids for their teams. This legacy content was created using the best of instructional strategies, design elements and technology at the company's disposal at that time. But most importantly, the material contains valuable knowledge garnered from the company's own subject matter experts, thought leaders, and the people that have the real, practical insights into the business. T R A I N I N G I N DUSTR Y MA GAZ INE - WINTER20 1 5 I WWW.TRAI NINGINDU S T RY . C OM/ MAGAZ I NE WINTER201 WWW.TRAININGINDU 43

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Training Industry Magazine - Winter 2015

Tracking Trends
Table of Contents
Guest Editor: Training Trends across the Spectrum
From Training to Continuous Learning in the Workplace
Integrating Accommodations for Learning Disabilities into Training
Emerging Learning Technology Trends
The Business Potential of Cloud-based Learning
A New Role for Instructional Design
Social Motivation: The Key to Adult Learning ROI
Key Trends for 2015: Transforming the Training Function
Bite-sized Learning Turns Less into More
How C-level Executives View Corporate Training
Learning Content Modernization: Why, What and How
Casebook: Boy Scouts of America: Reimagining the Learning Experience
Communities of Practice: The Future of Workplace Learning
VUCU Leadership in Today's Muligenerational Workplace
It's All About Climate Change
Closing Deals
Company News
What's Online
Training Talk

Training Industry Magazine - Winter 2015