“Leaders wonder about everything, want to learn as much as they can, are willing to take risks, experiment, try new things. They do not worry about failure but embrace errors, knowing they will learn from them.” ~Warren G.
How many times have you discarded watching a video that started buffering decently but refuses to budge after sometime? If you’re already counting in your mind, you’re not alone. The current data download speeds may not always be
The organization is a social place. You seldom function in isolation. Workplaces in particular require you to perform tasks in conjunction with your peers, advices and suggestions from your seniors and inputs from those subordinate to you. In
“Learning” by itself is a more personal endeavor towards gaining the required knowledge. Traditionally, different societies in different parts of the globe approached education (a.k.a) learning, based on the demands of the land. In Asia, since many countries
When Donald L. Kirkpatrick, Professor Emeritus, University Of Wisconsin first gave his ideas for a series of articles to be published in the Journal of American Society of Training Directors in the year 1959, hardly had anyone anticipated
Mobile Learning– it’s easy, it’s intuitive and it definitely gives good returns on investment. With many organizations already using it and others beginning to take the plunge, mlearning seems to have taken off well–