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Apr 10, 2014

12 Reasons to Use Games for Learning

The value of a game-like experiences used for learning is becomingJumbled Cube hand puzzle more evident with benefits such as improved: performance; decision making; leadership skills. Games can be designed to help lead the player into discovering skills and solutions without giving the player the answers. In addition, getting a great game experience doesn’t have to be hard. Players gain a sense of accomplishment each time they finish a level, which does not seem much like “training.” Employees clearly benefit from the knowledge and skills they can learn in their employer’s courses. Games can make training more enjoyable. Because they are interactive, games can keep the interest of the players throughout...

The value of a game-like experiences used for learning is becomingJumbled Cube hand puzzle more evident with benefits such as improved: performance;...

Mar 31, 2014

Using Flexible Resourcing to Manage Learning Capabilities

PDG recently published an intriguing new white paper called “Taming the Learning Demand Curve: 4 Smart Steps to Lower Cost and Higher...

PDG recently published an intriguing new white paper called “Taming the Learning Demand Curve: 4 Smart Steps to Lower Cost and Higher...

Mar 21, 2014

12 Tips and Tactics for Creating Effective Mobile Learning

1. Don’t just repurpose e-learning, design a program for mobile device.Mobile Learning on the ipad If you deliver learning to a mobile...

1. Don’t just repurpose e-learning, design a program for mobile device.Mobile Learning on the ipad If you deliver learning to a mobile...

Mar 12, 2014

Using Performance Improvement to Drive Business Metrics

I recently attended Performance Development Group’s Performance Consulting Workshop, and found it full of valuable information. I work in a marketing role...

I recently attended Performance Development Group’s Performance Consulting Workshop, and found it full of valuable information. I work in a marketing role...

Jan 10, 2014

Secrets of Simulation Design

As mentioned in our last blog posting, I had the pleasure of co-authoring the recent book The Gamification of Learning and Instruction...

As mentioned in our last blog posting, I had the pleasure of co-authoring the recent book The Gamification of Learning and Instruction...

Dec 20, 2013

The Gamification of Learning and Instruction Fieldbook

Welcome to the next stop on the blog tour! I’ve enjoyed reading Karl Kapp’s books so much over the years and I’m...

Welcome to the next stop on the blog tour! I’ve enjoyed reading Karl Kapp’s books so much over the years and I’m...

Dec 19, 2013

Corporate Integrity Agreement (CIA) Implementation

The United States Office of Inspector General (OIG) at the Department of Health and Human Services defines a CIA as follows: A...

The United States Office of Inspector General (OIG) at the Department of Health and Human Services defines a CIA as follows: A...

Nov 18, 2013

Tips for Great Performance Support

Like everything in training & performance, Performance Support is a technique, not the oTips for great performance supportne answer to all of...

Like everything in training & performance, Performance Support is a technique, not the oTips for great performance supportne answer to all of...

Nov 6, 2013

Global Learning Archetypes in Action

I’ve seen lot of “big ideas” come and go over the years. While “Global Archetypes” may sound like a catchphrase, our experience...

I’ve seen lot of “big ideas” come and go over the years. While “Global Archetypes” may sound like a catchphrase, our experience...

Oct 31, 2013

Using Process to Fight Fear on Learning Initiatives

It’s Halloween, so it seems like a good day to talk about fear. One of my clients shared with me that she...

It’s Halloween, so it seems like a good day to talk about fear. One of my clients shared with me that she...

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