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What To Do With Millennials

The workplace dynamic and culture is rapidly changing. For the first time ever, four generations of employees are working side by side and organizations must now learn how to manage and train these distinctively different workers. At Inno-Versity, we believe it is essential to develop customized training so that all age groups are represented. We…

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The Culture Equation: Are You Measuring Up?

Have you seen Inno-Versity’s recent GreatMinds animation with Kristen Hadeed? Now we’re  sharing her blog to learn more about her ideas on company culture and increasing motivation. She believes measurement is a key ingredient for increasing motivation. How does measurement increase motivation? Read on at: http://kristenhadeed.com/the-culture-equation-are-you-measuring-up/

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10 Things to Create Instead of an e-Learning Course

Is an elearning course really what your company needs? Sometimes while developing learning materials for clients we find it’s just not the best fit. Have you considered other options? Start by reading this list of “10 Things You Could Create Instead of an E-Learning Course” to help pinpoint exactly what type of training would best…

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Are They Ready To Learn? 9 Questions To Ponder

Marc Rosenberg gives us nine questions to consider when deciding if the learner is ready to learn. These nine questions will also help in deciding if the course is ready for learners. There are many ways we can enhance materials to help learners with prerequisite skills and comfort. http://www.learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/1956/?utm_campaign=lsmag&utm_medium=email&utm_source=lsm-news&utm_content=link

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Thinking Differently About A Culture of Learning

In our last blog post we shared some creative ways to think about strategic planning and promised more. Let’s talk about a Culture of Learning. It’s a buzzword right now but an important concept to consider. You can read a lot of helpful articles about how to build a culture of learning in an organization;…

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Strategic Planning In The Virtual Community

With team members located all over the world, virtual organizations are challenged by the logistics of effective strategic planning. However, planning with a remote company can actually be a benefit. When you aren’t mired down in the daily office grind, you and your team have the ability to bring a fresh, clear perspective to your strategic…

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Pushing Past The Fear Of Strategic Planning

Strategy planning is important, but daunting. Many find it scary, because it forces them to confront a future they can only guess at. Worse, actually choosing a strategy entails making decisions that explicitly cut off possibilities and options. Push past the fear of strategic planning, read more… https://hbr.org/2014/01/the-big-lie-of-strategic-planning

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eLearning: 5 Essentials of Strategic Planning

Strategic planning is a culture not an exercise. It can provide a framework for aligning priorities, making decisions, allocating resources, and measuring impact. Read more about the 5 essentials of strategic planning from Paul B. Redman here: http://ssir.org/articles/entry/five_essentials_of_strategic_planning  

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Thinking Creatively About Strategic Planning Part 1

  Suppose your child came to you complaining that they couldn’t see and their eye hurt. You realize they have a stick in their eye so you rush to the phone…to set up an eye appointment for glasses. Then you call school and ask that your child be moved closer to the front so they…

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