Mobile learning promises to be an amazing addition to the L&D educational ecosystem. It’s a popular one too, with a reported 72% of businesses stating that eLearning confers a competitive advantage. But it’s not all good. Mobile learning does have its drawbacks, and it’s best to know these before you jump into the deep end.
It’s no longer appropriate to view millennials as a challenger generation. They are no longer that up and coming statistical minority; they have now ‘arrived’ in the workforce in vast numbers, and have just become the largest workforce generational group. Along with their sheer presence millennials bring one other fascinating quality to the table: they
If you are about to jump on the mobile learning wagon for the first time you’ll probably be feeling a mix of excitement and uncertainty. It’s going to transform learning and open up new possibilities in knowledge acquisition, but it’s going to disrupt the status quo. The good news is that you don’t have to
As a business, if your learning and development programmes rely too heavily on block-style learning, and do not incorporate m-learning content, you’ll be experiencing dwindling attendance levels. Why? Because in this time-pressurised world, workers are typically too overloaded to attend the traditional away day, block training, and are missing out on vital learning as a
You all probably know about just how pervasive the mobile phone has become: just about everyone owns a smart mobile device, and we spend 2 hours every day on our smart-phones, (and yes, that includes workdays!). Almost half of 18-24 years check their phone in the night; and smart-phones have overtaken tablets as the number