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The latest updates, stories, ideas and guides from the MLH team
Learning from big tech: how we can adopt the best B2C practices in B2B eLearning When 85% of employees claim to feel disengaged at work, eLearning solutions do not only compete with each other but also with social media and consumer tech. What B2C practices can a modern-day LMS adopt to stand this fight for user (and employee) attention? Gamification and personalisation in the workplace: winning the fight for user attention With our collective attention span decreasing, how can you use gamification and personalisation to help you win the fight for user attention in the workplace? How to perfect your eLearning content distribution strategy Are you using the best distribution strategy for your L&D content? Here we compare the pros and cons of the most common L&D delivery methods so you can find the right fit. 6 tips to create a truly effective peer feedback loop Peer feedback creates the opportunity for employees to learn what it takes to perform well in the job role. So, how can you create an effective peer feedback loop? The digital transformation of L&D – before, now and in the future A digital transformation of learning is taking place. In response, more and more digital learning solutions are emerging. But what effect are they having on L&D initiatives now? And what will digital learning look like in the future? Generational theory in corporate learning: how to do training for Gen Z, Y, X, and Boomers Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X and Baby Boomers are now working side by side in organisations up and down the country. This generational mix brings opportunities for employers but also presents challenges that managers have to address. The one value that unites generational differences in the workplace There are now four generational groups in workplaces: Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials and Zoomers. With the focus often on the differences between generations, we often forget about the common ground — and the one value that unites them. Why use an LMS in the retail business A retail supplier can leverage enormous benefits by introducing an LMS into their operations. Why are more retail businesses investing in an LMS, and how does it contribute to business growth? What is learning and development: overview, importance and training rollout Did you know that close to two-thirds of all employees have had no Learning and Development training? With L&D increasing employee retention and productivity, it’s time to put the business case together. Where to start? Is 70:20:10 a practical approach or merely just a bunch of numbers? The 70-20-10 model is principally constructed from a conceptual theory developed by Michael Lombardo and Robert Eichinger in 2000. 5 advantages of having a cloud-based learning management system Using a cloud-based learning management system provider is more convenient than hosting your own LMS and will make it more widely available to your learners. Here are five advantages of running your LMS in the cloud.Is your LMS up to date? As with most technology, corporate learning management systems evolve continuously. Pros and cons of LMS developed in-house The main attraction of developing your own corporate learning management system in-house is that you can build it exactly as you want it instead of having to compromise. Optimizing onboarding process A comprehensive onboarding program can significantly improve the performance of new employees and help to build and sustain high-performing teams. The role of L&D and HR in successful LMS implementation People – the employees of an organisation – must always be the main focus of any learning management system. What is a learning management system? A learning management system gives an organisation the technology tools to put its learning strategy into practice. 7 tips to use animations in e-learning Animation is a powerful tool for getting a point across to learners in e-learning courses. Here are seven tips for getting the best results from animation in your learning management system e-learning content. Gamification in e-learning None of us is always in the mood for training so motivation is important to encourage employees to make a start and complete courses.
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