Posted on Tue, 10/01/2017 - 09:25
Microlearning is no longer a buzzword. In fact, it’s critical for organizations to seize opportunities wherever they can to maximize their workforce’s skillset. Simply stated, microlearning is the action of taking small chunks of time (as brief as three to five minutes) and short pieces of information, and delivering it in a way that the learning can take action. In this way, learners can control their own advancement, when organizations provide them with time throughout the week in which to seize the opportunity.
Incorporating microlearning systems into an employee’s wheelhouse of professional development opportunities results in a number of benefits for the organization, including these:
Its impact is high. With microlearning sessions, training is targeted. As a result, organizations often see a swift, considerable return on investment.
Here’s how to guide a microlearning program for employees:
Microlearning environments are a valuable tool organizations can employ to drive innovation, increase productivity, and encourage individual advancement. With increasing competition for a skilled workforce, promoting microlearning opportunities helps organizations keep their employees happy and stay at the top of their industry.
By Designing Digitally, Inc.