Blogs on Knowledge-Retention

Jim is an L&D manager at a large pharmaceutical company. His company has recently adopted virtual training because of the remote work scenario. Two weeks ago, Jim conducted a two-day new product virtu read more
PowerPoint Presentation: A thing of the past Don’t get this wrong. Microsoft power-point is undoubtedly the most powerful tool to present information in many creative ways. It’s been around since 1987 read more
If you are a sales manager or an L&D professional you must be familiar with this trend called microlearning. Over the past few years, this term has got the most limelight with regards to corporate tra read more
How often do your participants forget what they have learned during a training session? Probably very frequently. Usually, it is not possible for the human brain to remember every piece of information read more
Typically, every year, organizations need to conduct different compliance training programs for their employees. These trainings may vary from ‘Social Media Policy’ to ‘Code of Conduct’ to ‘Anti-bribe read more
Imagine-you are a compliance trainer working in a highly regulated industry. You have an annual training calendar and you roll out compliance trainings regularly. There are several topics to cover and read more
‘Knowledge is power’. This saying is more relevant than ever in today’s market. Potential buyers are armed with a lot of research and knowledge before they make a purchase decision. They expect your s read more
Every day we come across instances when we need our team to remember information to do their jobs effectively. Sales representatives have to remember tons of features of the many products they sell. B read more