Training for the 21st Century
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Technical training no longer benefits from the traditional longer learning formats. As more companies shift to an agile development process, technology is constantly evolving and training content is ...
Technical training no longer benefits from the traditional longer learning formats. As more companies shift to an agile development process, technology is constantly evolving and training content is often out-of-date before the course is complete. Learning managers are grappling with how to keep up with rapid development cycles when product features are often not approved until right before training is scheduled to be released, while still accommodating feedback from multiple stakeholder groups, each with their own point of view. At the same time, attention spans are shrinking and learners are craving quick learning moments when and where it’s convenient for them -- between meetings, while traveling or at home on the couch. Adapting to this new style of learning can be tricky at first, but with a good roadmap it can be done, and the boost in turnaround time, engagement and retention make it worth the effort.
To help you make this shift, this presentation will discuss:
• The trends and challenges in technical training driving adoption of quick learning modules, as well as an overview of the best rapid learning development tools
• Tips for accommodating multi-generational and multi-national learners and increasing learning engagement and retention
• Best practices for managing workflow, stakeholder communications and distributed workgroups
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