Embracing the New: Five Tips to Learning New Technology in a Stress-Free Way

Learning new technology and microlearning

In the words of Alvin Toffler, American writer, futurist and businessman: “The great growling engine of change … technology.” Regardless of how you view the role and impact of technology, it would be difficult to imagine driving progress without it.

While some people are naturally wired to learn and adapt to new technology easily and quickly, others are not as fortunate. The good news is that there are some proven tips and tricks to help those not as fortunate in the tech game to ramp up their skills.

The Growing Applicability and Universality of Technology

It’s safe to say that most corporate jobs, at least in the developed world, require the use of technology. In fact, some fields such as Marketing have gone digital (for the most part), which has required many of us who had already begun the journey (including yours truly) to ramp up on our digital know-how … Read more...

Driving Agility through Cloud-Based Microlearning, Bulletins and Best Practices in Digital Learning

With so much for people managers and corporate trainers to factor in when developing their post-pandemic Return-to-Work initiatives, organizations are turning to resourceful teaching approaches to ensure that employees are provided with the right training to be successful. In parallel, companies are also leveraging effective communications techniques to ensure their workers remain connected – both to their managers as well as to each other. While this is taking place, leaders continue to put their strategic focus on business continuity.

Impossible? We think not. Feasible? With the right tools and techniques – very much so.

Redefining Training to Drive Agility

At the highest level, what has become clear is that not only do the techniques, tools and processes we introduce have to work well in today’s climate, equally as importantly, they have to help workers become agile to adapt to future changes. Decision makers are now realizing that this idea, which … Read more...