This post originally appeared on www.trainingindustry.com on March 1, 2017 Pretend that we gave you a 1995 flip phone and asked you to do your job with it. How would that make you feel? Would you use it? Or, would you reject it? Would you be intrigued by it? Or, would you be confused trying
This article originally appeared on www.trainingmag.com on February 19, 2015 Article Author: By Juliana Stancampiano, CEO, Oxygen When looking at a traditional corporate training classroom, it’s tempting to ask why this environment hasn’t changed in centuries. The traditional model of students at desks with an expert imparting knowledge is the industry standard for most corporations.
This post originally appeared on www.trainingindustry.com on October 3, 2014 It’s often tempting to ask why the traditional corporate training classroom environment hasn’t changed in centuries —a traditional model of students at desks with an expert imparting knowledge (an industry standard). But is this environment effective? When is the last time one truly learned something
This post originally appeared on www.trainingindustry.com on March 1, 2013 It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. This is true in a corporate learning classroom as much as anywhere else. To help learners really grasp a concept, consider incorporating drawings into your corporate trainings to visually represent the different theories, topics