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Creating a Mindset for Change
When it comes to change, most organizations get stuck on providing a path to success in the face of change. Learn about the Creating a Mindset for Change program and how it can help employees become more innovative, creative and change-adaptive.
Embrace the Power of Mobile E-Learning Now
As the popularity of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs increases, and the Millennial generation continues flooding the workforce, the need for mobile-friendly training is at an all-time high. In fact, in an article from Business 2 Community, Tom Pick notes in 2013 there were over "143 million smartphones in use in the U.S., and 71 million tablets." In another recent article, "The Top Trends in Mobile Learning for 2014" from elearningindustry.com it is reported that 66% of surveyed office workers expect to be allowed to use any device at work. It is undeniable employees expect to be able to work from a tablet or smartphone, so why should training be any different?
How Training Content Networks Make It Easier to Manage Your Training Program
Compared to classroom training and seminars, e-learning has opened up a broad selection of content for training managers to offer employees. Purchasing content from multiple content providers can create issues for an organization. Training managers have to maintain multiple vendor relationships, while dealing with the consequences of frustrated users and IT staff. Having to seek out content for all training requirements from multiple content providers can be time-consuming, and even more so when you have to ensure all of the content being purchased meets the technical specifications of your organization's equipment. As an antidote to these issues, several companies in the e-learning industry have emerged as Training Content Networks.
Training and the Millennial Generation
If you haven't noticed, the workforce is increasingly growing with people of the millennial generation. People like me, that's right, I'm a millennial. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics, millennials represent 36% of the U.S. workforce and will represent 75% by the year 2025. There are countless news stories out there focusing on our values, our work ethic and our knowledge of technology. While defining a generation is important, the workforce needs to stop focusing on our differences and instead embrace and adapt to our unique characteristics. Millennials are entering the workforce with formal education, but lacking the know-how of the business world. Workplace training is one of the tools employers can use to bridge the gap.

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