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The Anatomy of a Failed eLearning Project

I put together a poster that distills all the key causes and symptoms of a failed eLearning project. Here you go… Srinivas Krishnaswamy Advertisements

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Lessons for Training Departments from the German Soccer Team

Context is still the king and after yesterday’s FIFA World Cup finals, this post was inevitable! With some inspiration from this article, I came up with my version! So what we can the Enterprise Training Department learn from the German

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Posted in Learning, Training

Social Metrics for Improving Performance

I will let this video do the talking.  Using sensors to track behavior changes (by tracking social interactions among your employees) will eventually provide a conclusive data to measure ROI of your training strategy. I am excited! Srinivas Krishnaswamy

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Posted in Analytics, Training

Four Steps to Building a Business Case for LMS

Learning Management System (LMS) is probably one of the most mature HR and Learning Technology platforms available for the CLO organization. Most of the established learning departments already have one (in many cases they are grappling with more than one

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Strategies for Measuring Social Learning ROI

The ROI for Social Learning initiatives will depend on the specific context. There are two key dimensions that you would want to measure to come up with the ROI. They are, A. Costs associated with implementing, managing, and maintaining the

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