Blog Posts

The Power of Simulations for Change Management

Experiential learning techniques like business simulations empower learners to fail without fear while adapting to organizational change.

Why Opt for High-Quality, Custom Animated Videos?

For crafting a unique brand story and delivering business-critical information effectively, custom animations are worth the investment.

Employing AI Chatbots for Virtual Onboarding and Learning

Today’s chatbot technology can guide your employees through many processes while retaining their interest and improving their skills.

Crafting Impactful Learning Experiences with Design Thinking

When creating a learning journey, design thinking employs a human-centered approach that provides a framework for deeper engagement and learning success.

The New Blend: Redefining Blended Learning for the Remote Workforce

The best of virtual instruction combined with self-paced online training has contributed to the new blend of learning, offering a personal touch and the flexibility remote workers need.

Virtual Reality for Disrupted Learners

Immersive technologies provide safe and effective training for today’s remote workforce. Here are some examples from industries using AR and VR to engage and upskill employees.

Mobile Learning is the Key to Remote Working

Organizations supporting mobile learning strategies are keeping up with the times and empowering employees to continue their development, however and whenever they choose.

Making Time for Learning in Unusual Times

As training and development professionals, we can help employees manage their time effectively, develop new skills, and take ownership of their learning, especially now.

A Recipe for Reopening: Restaurant Safety First Training

Robust hygiene and sanitation training using interactive and experiential learning solutions protects frontline employees and the public.

7 Marketing Strategies for Learner Engagement

Learning design can take inspiration from marketing strategies that directly involve the target audience, build anticipation, and excite staff about continuous development.