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Corporate Training Outlook and Trends for 2018

Posted by SharedBook Team | January 08, 2018

Flexibility. Agility. Adaptability. Raise your hand if you heard these corporate buzzwords in 2017. From the age of the workforce to the demands of the market, so much about business is shifting, and business practices, including training and development, are shifting with it. It’s a brand new year, and corporate training is putting companies’ commitment to change to the test with these exciting trends to watch for.

How OnCourse Learning Reduced Training Operational Costs

Posted by SharedBook Team | November 15, 2017

Companies that specialize in creating learning and training content increasingly face challenges in how to distribute their material while minimizing operational costs and assuring a quality user experience. In an increasingly-competitive environment, dollars saved by operational efficiencies can be invested in areas which improve customer acquisition, satisfaction, and retention. But, how can publishers and trainers stay nimble in these areas when they have developed large or even massive content collections?

How Loeb Leadership Differentiated Their Training Content

Posted by SharedBook Team | November 15, 2017

In 2017, there is one thing we can all agree on: people have taken control over where, when, and how they consume information. As consumer habits shape expectations for workplace content delivery, professional training and management consulting firms are increasingly aware of the need to augment traditional print-based training materials with digital and mobile formats. However, uncertainty about how to make this shift while protecting intellectual property stalls the efforts of many firms.