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Cultivating a Culture of Learning

Fostering a culture of learning in your organization is critical. We believe you already have one. It’s something we address at the beginning of any strategic planning session with a client because everything builds on that culture. Here are three steps to fostering a culture of learning.

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4 Ways Tech is Challenging Corporate Learning

Thanks to the advances that have taken place in digital technology, our ability to learn is no longer limited to a classroom. The same pertains to corporate development. An organization is only as strong as those working for it, hence the evolution in corporate development.

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Tips To Help You Define Your Learning Objectives

How can you ensure you are reaching your learning goals? The best place to start is with the objectives themselves. Your eLearning program will develop your employees more effectively with properly designed objectives. Here are some top tips for writing learning objectives for your custom elearning.

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Plan for Success Through Strategic Learning

Professional development is constantly evolving to meet the needs of a changing world. New employees need to learn the ropes. Existing employees need ongoing education opportunities. Read to see how you can best implement effective learning solutions.

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Inno-Versity: A Top-10 Learning Company

Inno-Versity, a leading learning agency specializing in custom eLearning development, has been recognized by eLearning Industry as one of ten showcased companies that develop high-value eLearning content. “We are deeply honored to be named as an industry leader in the eLearning space,” said Inno-Versity Chief Relationship Officer, James Zandstra, about the achievement.

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ILT and eLearning: How Do They Stack Up?

When it comes to comparing corporate learning delivery methods, ILT and eLearning always seem to go head to head. But while they’re not necessarily competitors, it does help to compare the uses and costs of the two.

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