Subject matter experts (SMEs) drive the content for the courses your organization needs. Since their job requirements usually don't include teaching others, how can you encourage them to commit to your projects so everyone can be successful?
While many people truly enjoy learning something new, most people dread having to take a test that measures how much they just learned. So why do we keep forcing people to take exams?
You certainly wouldn't want employees spending time during the work day trying to find Pikachu in the break room, but the game's popularity can provide insights into the future of workplace learning and development.
In an age of YouTube, where 60 hours of video are uploaded every minute, course creation shouldn't be too difficult or time-consuming, right?
This blog has previously explored the idea that L&D departments themselves have critical skill gaps.
The success of learning initiatives needs to be measured and communicated via key performance indicators (KPIs). KPIs allow you to measure the success of not only the efforts of the L&D department, but also your programs across the entire organization.