The Building Blocks for an Effective Agile Learning Culture

While we’ve written extensively about how to incorporate Agile Learning methodologies into individual learning projects, there should eventually be an Agile culture within an entire organization. Does it seem a bit overboard? It’s not, and it actually is possible. Let’s have a look at how you can get not only your training team on board […]

Getting Your Training Team on Board with Agile Learning

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There will no doubt be members of your team who are reluctant to adopt Agile. But there are strategies you can use to convert those who are less than enthusiastic. While it might seem like an easy fix to get the immediate L&D team on board with Agile Learning, keep in mind that you will […]

How Agile Really Works in Learning and Development

Curiosity can be a good thing, especially as it relates to Agile. Some have heard of it and think it’s only for software engineering teams. For others, it’s just the latest corporate buzzword. Of course, it’s neither. Agile Learning has the potential to transform the way L&D teams develop and deliver content to learners. The […]

Common Agile Learning Hurdles and How to Jump Them

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As training teams begin to adopt Agile Learning methodologies, growing pains are inevitable. Agile Learning hurdles are just another part of the implementation process that must be addressed. Transitioning to a new format can be difficult for any professional, and not just those in learning and development. You’ll have to consider your subject matter experts’ […]

Virtual Training: The Do’s and Don’t’s

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The transition to work from home continues to have an undeniable effect on the ability to deliver training to employees who are suddenly now working remotely. Some training has always been online: self-paced, accessible anytime, anywhere. However, some training that was once face-to-face now has to be delivered online—blindsiding everyone involved in the delivery of […]

8 Tips for Quickly Creating Effective Online Learning

The ability to quickly create online learning presents both a challenge and an opportunity for today’s learning development teams. Regardless of the methodology used, learning leaders can discover efficiencies where they least expect them, in order to deliver useful, engaging learning experiences at scale. Let’s have a look at some ways you can quickly deliver […]

How Do You Know Agile is Right for Your Learning Organization?

You’ve read the blog posts, downloaded the eBooks, watched the videos, heard the testimonials, and you’ve finally decided to adopt Agile Learning into your organization. However, before you completely dive in, how do you know if it’s right for your team or even organization? Well, Agile Learning is right for your organization—but it may not […]

All-round Agile: How to Develop an Agile Learning Culture in Your Organization

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So you’ve decided that you want your learning and development team to adopt Agile Learning and incorporate its methodologies into your course development. While we’ve provided tips on how to get started with Agile, there’s more to consider. Embracing Agile should represent a pursuit among not only your team members but also your subject matter […]

What Is Agile Learning?

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Agile learning, or agile instructional design, refers to any approach to training development that focuses on speed, flexibility, and collaboration. Agile is a term usually associated with software development. But as the speed of business increases, other business functions have adopted agile techniques to help them pivot quickly with market changes. L&D leaders observed that […]

Rejecting Training Requests Doesn’t Have to be All or Nothing

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We realize that you cannot do it all. Previously in this blog, we’ve covered how to decline a training request. We’ve also discussed what questions to add to a training request intake form so that you can, early on, have a better idea of which training you will most likely need to outsource. So when […]