Mobile Learning and Training Technology

Brandon Hall Group Preferred Provider AllenComm works with its clients to create smart, engaging and impactful mobile learning content. Whether training companies are leveraging content as microlearning, sales enablement, gamification or almost anything else, AllenComm ensures it fits into the learners’ hands, when and where they need it. Just-in-time performance support is one of the key use-cases for mobile learning, yet only 23% of companies say they leverage mobile devices for performance support.

A Framework to Measure the Business Impact of Training Programs

The gap between what it takes to make Level 2 measurements (the degree to which participants acquire the intended knowledge, skills, attitudes, confidence and commitment) and Level 3 measurements (the degree to which participants apply what they learned during training when they are back on the job) is massive. It is a leap many companies are unwilling or unable to make. Most L&D teams are already completely overwhelmed, even with the minimal measurement they already do. That’s why it is often necessary to enlist some help.

Brandon Hall Group Announces Winners of the Excellence in Technology Awards for 2021

Corporations and Solution Providers submitted applications that showcased how they used technology to improve the human capital management of organizations around the world. The awards were judged by an international panel of industry experts based on the value to the business, technological innovation, unique differentiators, technical functionality and measurable results.

Driving Agility in Learning with Human-Centered Design

Brandon Hall Group Smartchoice Preferred Provider DelphianLogic are strong believers that the kind of input provided by a human-centered approach allows them to leverage more design thinking and agile approaches to creating learning programs. Starting in the design phase, they take in everything they know about the stakeholders to help shape the program. This brings them much closer to solving the challenges on the first try, leaving subsequent iterations to improve more granular elements. By not taking this approach, companies are setting themselves up for learning programs that miss the mark and take much longer to revise and improve.