Month: May 2016

A tool which realizes the need of the collaborative environment

Integrator is a system that connects various kinds of sub-systems or you can say devices together. Content Integration encompasses the philosophy, theories, practices, and tools. It is based around the re-use and adaption of content from our core repository into other uses and channels, or vice-versa. The creation and ingestion of content from other channels into our core repository. Content Integrator is a system which enables this integration. Reasons Contents created are supposed to be stored in some repository, which is kind of a delivery channel.  From there, the content moves between sys...
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Why Elearning has a promising future?

While Einstein’s words may have been intended in good humor, they aptly reflect the fact that effective education is constant and always evolving. In fact, the face of education has experienced a sea change over the decades. Once characterized by the traditional classroom model, education has metamorphosed into learning that is instant, online, self-driven and on the go. The journey of education in India, too, has been dotted with innumerable milestones. The most recent among these is e-learning. e-Learning has a promising future in the business context in India. The rapid increase in interne...
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CHALLENGES TO EMPLOYEE MANAGEMENT IN RETAIL ORGANIZATIONS

Concerns have been expressed for many years about the Challenges in Retail Organisation, relevant skills that businesses require to compete effectively in global markets. Especially challenges of e-Learning in Retail organisations. Steps have been taken in order to improve the training systems. This includes creation of new training routes for young people. Despite the introduction of a plethora of government interventions over the last 20 years, the same arguments continue to be made. The employee engagement survey still shows not all are satisfactorily trained. Globally, over half (54 perce...
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The right Analytics behind an effective learning

Education is coming out of the closed classrooms. It is crossing all physical barriers to empower hard to reach learners in the form of eLearning. E-learning is the new face of learning. This is being practiced in various industries at different levelsusing analytics and learning, be it for learning various resources, training employees. Also, it is assessing the progress of company’s work force by the managers. But still, every company is not getting benefited by its practice in the same way. What if I told you analytics tools could do it for you. Let us look at the dollar expenditure on E-le...
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Employee Training now gets Gamified

Employee training can attribute to a successful business. This can be connected to eLearning. E-learning has been adapted by a large no of industries and organizations and has been approved as a very effective system not only for learning, but for the purpose of assessment and feedback also. Hnece, it is time now to look forward to the future holds for the world of e-learning. In brief, Gamification is a major one of them. It has been followed in some industries and is said to bring life in online learning. Before moving with the benefits this has, let us peep into some Gamification statistics...
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GoPerform app: an information archive for your sales workforce

It seems self-evident that companies should focus on satisfying their customers. Satisfied customers usually return and buy more. They also tell other people about their experiences. Customers may well pay a premium for the privilege of doing business with a supplier they trust. Hence sales workforce information is an important aspect from any point of transaction. Statistics show that: COST of Retaining a customer = 1/10th of the COST of finding a new one Few days before, I was in a meeting with a group of retail managers. We were casually discussing the market scenario. But, our discussion g...
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Blended learning adoption in a cost-effective way

Blended learning also referred to as “Mixed Mode instruction” is an integration of purely face to face and online learning. It is more effective than adopting either of them individually. This is a prominent trend in corporate training that has implications for distributed learning across a range of venues and constituents. It allows for effective guidance from the teachers along with the individualized attention for all the learners. This does not seem to be possible in only classroom learning. Some organizations define Blended learning where 30-70 % of the instruction is delivered online. B...
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How are Organization growth and employee performance interdependent

Successful implementation of any organization’s goals & objectives depends largely upon the performance of its employees. Without them, machines can’t be run. From top management to labour, all have their roles to play at their own levels. Thus, in order to run any task in an organization successfully, it is required to maintain an internal management system. We are here to show how organisation growth and employee performance are independent. EPMS (Employee Performance Management system) This forms a main component of the whole internal management system. Naturally, it is one of the major...
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A systematic connection between Instruction Design and Learning

Over the years, trends have estimated the influence of instruction design on learning. Instructional design refers to the experiences which make the acquisition of knowledge and skill more efficient, effective, and appealing.  It is a whole process which consists broadly of determining the state and needs of the learner, defining the end goal of instruction, and creating some "intervention" to assist in the transition. Things it includes primarily are: Frequent questionnaires; Self- paced learning, immediate feedback and continuous assessments. It also leads to virtual workplaces, social lear...
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Can we see M-learning platform suitable for Gen-z

M-learning platform or mobile learning as stated by “Google” is defined as "learning across multiple contexts. This is done through social and content interactions, using personal electronic devices. Speaking in lay-man language, it refers to accessing learning resources. It can also be training assessments in mobile devices, like your tablets, smartphones, notebooks and handheld computers. Obviously it is portable, flexible model of learning and has been convenient for the users too. So how is this possibly the world of e-learning for the Gen-Z?  I  here would initially like to answer this...
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