Microlearning, which breaks learning content into small, sized pieces, not only accommodates short attention spans. It also improves employee retention and makes it more manageable for workers to upgrade their skills. Companies today face a host of pressures when it comes to learning and development (L&D) – and with the influx of younger, less experienced workers, the stakes have never been higher. Shorter attention spans combined with extremely limited time and the need for individualized training are making microlearning a must-have for the future of corporate learning.
The benefits of are clear. When properly implemented, microlearning can also help companies keep up with the fast pace of business today, providing just-in-time training at their employees’ fingertips allowing them to quickly put their learning to work wherever they may be. It also improves employee retention and makes it more manageable for workers to upgrade their skills.
We believe that microlearning has become an essential component of corporate learning because it helps to directly correlate training efforts with business results. So, the question is not how do you decide whether this training and learning approach is right for your company. Rather, it’s time to ask yourself – how does microlearning fit into your learning and development strategy? The infographic below provides steps an overview and best practices for implementation. Our CEO George Elfond will present a session on this topic at HR West 2018. Have you registered to attend this year?
George Elfond, CEO, Rallyware will present his session: Validated Microlearning: The Next Step in L&D Evolution on opening day, March 5th at 11:20 a.m.