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Extending Value Outside The Product- Happy Thanksgiving

It is time of the year to extend our thanks to all our business fraternity (Customers, Partners, Employees and Competitors), for this wonderful year full of opportunities, challenges and competition. This Thanksgiving we relish the memories of how we started humble and confident. Our gratitude goes to customers (companies and executives), who bestowed their trust

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Improving the value of assessments

“What’s the value of assessments” is a common question often sounded in corporate training discussions. We did a survey with 2,100 recent participants of a corporate training program, about their experiences with assessments in training programs. 95% of participants whose training included follow-ups agreed that assessments helped them develop career skills for a long-term. We

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Complexity in training increases learner engagement

In our worlds of instructional design, complexity is often considered to increase cognitive load. So, we training professionals try to make information as simpler as we can. Complexity can be redesigned to be offered as positive challenge to drive twice the output of simple, non-complex learning. Psychologists have established that people retain learning better when

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