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Top E-Learning BlogsToday’s workplace requires more effective ways to develop the skills of your workforce.  Our blog posts discuss new developments in organizational training, with a special emphasis on game-based learning and the gamification of corporate learning.

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11/10/2014
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Talent Development's 7 Deadly Sins - #7: Too Costly

How can we get the very best learning programs to our workforce – at the right time – in a more cost effective manner?

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11/6/2014
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Talent Development's 7 Deadly Sins - #6: Don’t Measure Learning Impact

How do we know the training the organization delivers is actually changing employee performance?

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10/31/2014
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Talent Development's 7 Deadly Sins - #5: Inaccessible Learning

How can we make learning (and other forms of performance improvement) easier and faster to access at the point of need?

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10/27/2014
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Talent Development's 7 Deadly Sins - #4: Non-Diagnostic Learning

How can we deploy learning that improves the precision with which it provides feedback to the learner?

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10/22/2014
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Talent Development's 7 Deadly Sins - #3: Lack of Engagement

How can we make our learning programs more interesting? How can we “hook” the learners and maintain their interest?

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10/20/2014
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Talent Development's 7 Deadly Sins - #2: Ineffective Learning

How can we improve the measurable performance impact of the learning we provide our workforce?

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10/16/2014
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Talent Development's 7 Deadly Sins - #1: Lack of Agility

How can Talent Development improve its responsiveness to internal clients?

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8/21/2014
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Issues Impeding Learning Innovation

There's much talk from learning leaders about how they are innovating in developing their workforce. This is often at odds with what we hear from their staff.

Category: General

6/23/2014
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Getting our mobile GAME ON at mLearnCon

Robert Gadd and I held a pre-conference session at mLearnCon today. The topic: "Serious Games vs. Gamification: Which Way Should We Play on Mobile?"

Category: Mobile Learning

6/1/2014
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A “SIMPLE” Approach to Learning Games

There are 6 components of gamification that are necessary to drive engagement. You can use the acronym SIMPLE to remember them.

Category: General

5/29/2014
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Engagement Formula for Corporate Learning

Include these elements in training. Both learning games and simulations are tailor-made for this formula for maximizing learner engagement.

Category: General

5/26/2014
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Rethinking Learning Development

Perhaps the greatest challenge currently facing corporate learning & development is the one summarized by 3 points.

Category: Mobile Learning

4/20/2014
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It’s More Than Just the Game

Can you avoid the pitfalls that trip up the majority of initial learning game implementations? Most early learning game initiatives veer off into the weeds.

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4/16/2014
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The Serious eLearning Manifesto Survey Results

The results are in! Learn what our readers had to say when we surveyed them on the Serious eLearning Manifesto created by Michael Allen, Julie Dirksen, Clark Quinn and Will Thalheimer.

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4/6/2014
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As the Learning World Turns

The corporate learning landscape has changed greatly over the last 3 years. What will the future bring?

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3/30/2014
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Raise the Bar in Compliance and Safety Training

Compliance/safety training doesn't have to be the definition of "dull and boring" in the dictionary. Gamify it and deploy it via mobile.

Category: Mobile Learning

3/24/2014
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Innovation: Playing to Win

ASTD Research white paper: Playing to Win: Gamification and Serious Games in Organizational Learning.

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3/16/2014
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The Serious eLearning Manifesto – are you on board?

If we don't get more serious about the type and quality of online learning we create, something's going to crash. And it may be L&D.

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3/5/2014
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KnowledgeAdvisors Analytics Symposium – it was SO worth it!

KnowledgeAdvisors Analytics Symposium – it was SO worth it!

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2/24/2014
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Sales Training that Actually DOES Build Sales Confidence

How do you move sales training from something your sales force hates to something that actually improves knowledge, skill and confidence?

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2/20/2014
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Video Interview: Game On! Learning's Bryan Austin with CLO Magazine

In this video interview with CLO magazine & Human Capital Media, Bryan explains the nuances of learning gamification for corporations, and how to leverage them.

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2/15/2014
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Stress-versus-Confidence Meter: its Correlation to Sales Performance

Stress is not the same thing as “pressure”. Confident salespeople can perform well under pressure without creating undue stress.

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2/9/2014
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The Whats, Wheres and Hows of Corporate Learning Games

There is widespread interest in learning gamification for corporate talent development, but L&D professionals seek clarity on where and how to incorporate it.

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2/6/2014
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Training 2014 conference and the Top 125

Training magazine's Training 2014 conference and Top 125 Gala in San Diego, by all accounts, was a big success.

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1/30/2014
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Clark Quinn is starting trouble!

Clark Quinn is one of the most forward-thinkers in learning & development. We need to change in L&D. He tells us how we must.

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