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Use this Overlooked Skill to Prevent L&D Project Underperformance

Posted by Paul Powell on September 22, 2020

A lack of effective business consulting by all members of an L&D project team can diminish every other success on a project. Your project may deliver excellent instructional design, world-class development, and a high-performing quality plan, schedule, and budget, but if you fail to connect with your client in a way that ensures an excellent client experience from kickoff to post-launch evaluation, you may be overlooking the obvious and missing a critical opportunity to separate yourself from the crowd. Or worse, you may negatively impact your long-term client relationship, opportunities for referrals, reputation, and even revenue associated with repeat business.

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What's Next for Virtual Reality and Learning?

Posted by Renie McClay on August 19, 2020

Dave Beck is a founder and Managing Partner at Foundry 45, an immersive technology company that develops enterprise-level virtual reality (VR) training experiences. His company has built over 250 experiences for notable clients such as AT&T, Coca-Cola, Delta, and UPS. With an evident passion for what he does, Dave has become an industry thought leader. He is a frequent speaker on topics related to technology and the future of learning.

Prior to starting Foundry 45, Dave held leadership positions in both training (Training Manager at PepsiCo) and technology (COO at EquipCodes, a mobile and augmented reality company). Dave also serves as a board member at Georgia Tech, the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, and the MAK Historic District. He earned his BS from Wake Forest University and his MBA from Georgia Tech.

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You've Been Furloughed from your L&D Job... Now What?

Posted by Renie McClay on July 30, 2020

Leonard Cochran is a Regional Learning Manager for Hilton. Leonard holds a B.S. Degree in Adult Education from Bellevue University, and has held the CPTD (formerly the CPLP) certification from ATD since 2010. He’s held a number of positions at Hilton on the Learning and Development team, currently serving as a Regional Learning Manager facilitating both virtual and classroom training. During his time in furlough, he and a friend started a weekly podcast about change called Furloughed—Defining Moments Worth Talking About. Opinions expressed are solely Leonard’s and not a reflection of Hilton or any of its entities.

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Read These 10 Tips Before Translating Your Learning

Posted by Caveo Learning on July 14, 2020

The process of translating learning materials is a critical step for a global organization to effectively function as a cohesive unit. With new markets come new employees who may require translation into their native language. This is a complicated endeavor requiring expertise around localization, technology, and cultural differences. Thoughtful planning will save you time and money, and will help avoid setbacks down the line.

Here are 10 tips to make learning translation and localization an easier effort.

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Caveo Named to 2020 Training Industry Top 20 Custom Content Development List

Posted by Caveo Learning on July 9, 2020

Caveo has been selected as a Training Industry Top 20 Custom Content Development company for the fourth year running!

“This year’s Top 20 Custom Content Development Companies are creating unique solutions by developing customized training that aligns with an organization’s business objectives,” said Ken Taylor, president of Training Industry, Inc. “These engaging learning experiences are supported through the latest learning technologies, such as virtual and augmented reality, simulations, and artificial intelligence. Through their expertise in developing learning content for an array of modalities, these companies offer comprehensive solutions for a variety of learners.”

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Learning Leader on Successful, Inspiring, and Energizing Learning Projects

Posted by Renie McClay on June 30, 2020

Penny Mattix, CPTD, is the Director of Learning & Development and Talent Management for Transdev North America. Since 2016, she has directed the overall learning and talent development strategy for the organization. Penny has more than 20 years of experience in education, training, learning and development, and marketing and public relations prior to her time in L&D. In her role, she oversees the whole training lifecycle, advises and collaborates with leadership on learning and development needs and initiatives, and maintains and builds bench strength through the use of talent assessment, succession planning, and individual development plans.

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Without Trust, Does Your Project Stand a Chance?

Posted by Tim Youngman and Laura Riskus on June 16, 2020

Here we are: it’s the beginning of a new project and we’re already concerned. We’re a virtual team of professionals brought together to help our new client launch a new technology. We all have our area of expertise, but we really don’t know each other. Right from the start, it’s obvious the client is under a lot of pressure to launch the technology seamlessly. One thing is clear. We’re all in it together. We must earn the trust of our client, but we also must trust each other. Where do we begin?

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Learning Leader on Critical Learning Needs and the Persistence of ADDIE

Posted by Renie McClay on June 9, 2020

Suzi Bellon, VP, Sr Manager Onboarding, Mentor & Development Programs, has been with BMO Harris Bank for 34 years, transferring previous knowledge and success into leading multiple areas such as sales support, a team focused on incentive compensation, and L&D teams specializing in frontline learning and onboarding, mentoring, and development. During these 34 years, she has managed small and large teams in the field, obtaining a strong baseline of banking and non-banking knowledge, and providing the opportunity to develop and hone leadership, analysis, sales, and customer experience capabilities.

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Caveo Named to 2020 Training Industry Top 20 Outsourcing Companies List

Posted by Caveo Learning on June 4, 2020

For the second year in a row, Caveo Learning, which provides learning strategies and solutions to companies, not-for-profits and other leading organizations, has been selected as a Training Industry Top 20 Training Outsourcing company.

“The 2020 Top 20™ Training Outsourcing Companies are an innovative group of organizations developing, managing and delivering training initiatives that create an engaging learning experience and improve employee performance,” said Ken Taylor, president of Training Industry, Inc. “These companies offer comprehensive solutions that solve business needs for organizations around the world.”

Caveo received the same recognition in 2019 and also earned Top 20 Content Development honors from Training Industry three times, from 2017 to 2019.

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Are You Adapting, Shifting, or Planning Your Way Through the Storm?

Posted by Paul Powell and Brian Ziemba on May 27, 2020

You took all the right steps to ensure your learning program goes wellincluding proper planning for your analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation steps. You covered your bases on your project management plan and change management strategy. You planned for every risk you could imagine, yet we've still found ourselves facing a crisis that was previously inconceivable.

In our previous webinar, we discussed how you can come out of this pandemic more flexible and adaptable, now we've put together a few tips on how to continue to push your learning initiatives forward.

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