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How Predictive Analytics Deliver Business Value

Predictive analytics are a key component of creating business value for several processes. This includes developing training and development programs that will help you attract and retain talent.

You can use a learning management system combined with predictive analytics to improve loyalty and engagement among employees, deliver a better experience to customers, and create a happier and more productive workplace.

3 New Ways to Foster a Culture of Continuous Learning

The benefits of an engaging learning program in your workplace extend beyond enhancing the skills of your current employees. By using a flexible learning management system (LMS) to offer a robust development program, your organization can support its talent attraction and retention efforts to increase employee engagement.

Ongoing training is also essential to adapting to today's increasingly technical workplaces. This blog will explore how companies can apply the latest trends in training and development to promote a culture of continuous learning.

On-the-Job Training Program: Increase Your Employee Productivity

Did you know that offering on-the-job training could result in receiving over 70 percent more applications when a position is available? Training shouldn’t be limited to teaching an employee how to perform specific tasks; but rather to provide employees with opportunities to become lifelong learners that will empower them in their job and improve engagement at work.

Learn Your Way with an Open Source LMS

Is your learning management system (LMS) platform meeting your organization’s training objectives? Are you modifying your programs to fit the LMS rather than optimizing your LMS to deliver the best learning?

5 Keys to Maintain a Successful LMS After Implementation

What to Look for When Assessing Emerging Learning Technologies

Early adoption is not necessarily a good thing, especially in a corporate environment. Emerging learning technologies represent a real gamble until there is enough data available to make an accurate assessment of how well the new technology will help you achieve your goals.

5 Technologies that are Transforming eLearning

Digital transformation is changing the business landscape at a rapid pace. To thrive in today's ever-evolving industries, modern organizations must transform the way they design, deliver and evaluate learning.

We will highlight five technologies that are powering the digital transformation and disrupting the business of learning. We will also explore practical tactics that innovative companies are using to integrate these technologies into their training and development programs.

Top Ways to Incorporate Gamification into eLearning

Gamification is rapidly becoming an effective eLearning tool. It is defined as “the use of game design and mechanics to enhance non-game contexts by increasing participation, engagement, loyalty and competition.” For eLearning purposes, it serves as an aid for learning specific tasks using video game elements. At its core, gamification taps into people’s penchant for being competitive, collaborative, ambitious, and altruistic. The main reason for the proliferation of this trend is its target users.

Digital Badges: Creating Opportunities to Engage Learners

When the pace of change is faster than the pace of learning, companies are challenged with the ever-widening gap between skills and ability to ensure employees are ready to tackle the next critical business challenge.

To keep up with the accelerating pace of change, employers need new portable, inclusive ways to identify relevant skills and verified competencies. Training and development must adapt to better prepare employees for tomorrow's workplaces while recognizing the unique abilities of individuals. More agile corporate training systems require a common method to identify and track specific competencies.

iMedX and HPHA Save Hundreds of Hours with Totara Learn and Zoola Analytics

Healthcare organizations face unique training challenges, particularly when their operations are spread across several institutions and they serve clients globally. iMedX, a 5,000 person integrated medical document management and health information solutions company serving medical professionals worldwide, and the Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance (HPHA), a health system comprised of four partner hospitals in Ontario, Canada, had a similar challenge. Both organizations needed to update their learning management systems (LMS) in order to progress.

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