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The Training Director's Guide to Effective Microlearning in the Workplace

The Training Director's Guide to Effective Microlearning in the Workplace

Technology is advancing at a super-fast pace. At the same time, the attention spans of learners are waning. These two phenomena put together has led to a digital skills gap, and the U.S. economy is being hit hard in terms of loss in productivity. The only way to deal with this crisis is to come up with better ways to train your workforce so that they can learn faster and retain the knowledge better. One way to buck the trend is to introduce microlearning solutions at your workplace. Before we delve deeper into the topic, here are some facts to ponder.

  • Deloitte conducted a survey and found that the average employee devotes only 1% of their work time to training. This can equate to as little as 4.8 minutes a day in a 40-hour week.
  • A report by Software Advice showed that almost 50% of the 385 employees surveyed were ready to learn if the courses provided by their organizations were shorter.
  • According to the Journal of Applied Psychology, training delivered in short bursts helps learners transfer the new concepts 17% faster.

Microlearning is not a fad. In fact, it has been around for quite some time now. It has been recognized as a valuable tool and has gained huge popularity among learning professionals. Download this white paper now and learn more about the various benefits and best practices of effective microlearning and how it can improve your organization's training developments!

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