Approaches towards developing an organisation’s learning system are very different across the Baltic organisations. My observation from meetings with different clients is that there are wide differences in the level of knowledge about this topic, as well as in beliefs the management or training specialists hold about the need to use a systematic approach towards…Read More
The topic of the e-learning platforms was like a Chinese alphabet for me when some years ago I was first involved in e-learning. I should admit that I had a belief that there are so many free platforms available out there, but what I did not understand then was the investment needed to make them…Read More
There is no united answer what size of company determines that it’s time to implement e-learning as part of training &development strategy. Definitely the larger the number of employees’, the less expenses per one person. My experience is that if there is a need to train regularly about 100 employees, it is worth to consider…Read More
The old slogan of a big compass manufacturing company is what I still believe – “Orienteering is a way of living”. Once I was participating in the local orienteering competition. On the day I was preparing a workshop on achieving the results. I could not resist thinking about some similarities between sports and this…Read More
I believe in blended learning. In my experience it is the most effective way to balance training expenses and ensure that employees on all levels get positive learning experience. Moreover, it allows to integrate different learning methods and offer most effective learning solutions on an individual basis. What does “Blended Learning” mean? In general it…Read More
Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.