Management Strategies

Facing difficult management tasks related to running a top notch organization? Try these resources to learn how to manage your team, vendors, your LMS...and more!

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Mastering the Art of SME Management
As you know, building strong subject matter expert (SME) relationships during the training development process doesn't just happen like magic. It requires impeccable communication, cooperation, careful planning, flexibility and stamina, just to name a few skills. Read More →

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Improving Employee Competencies
Competency-based training leverages existing skills, provides custom training for learners on the job and comes far closer to alignment with corporate goals. In this article, learn how you can renovate your workforce with training that zeros in on employee roles, areas of expertise and functional competencies. Read More →

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Training Considerations for Health IT
When implementing health information technology (HIT) the health care industry must strive to create training that can be delivered with minimal impact on staffing, meet the needs of multiple disciplines, and decrease the impact on revenue that is commonly seen after the implementation of an electronic medical record (EMR) system. Read More →

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Managing Training Project Expectations
If you're an instructional or media designer for training projects, you're probably very familiar with requests to develop quality courses in unrealistic timeframes. Quite often this happens when the person requesting the work is unfamiliar with the amount of effort involved. So what can you do? Read More →

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The Importance Of Staying Connected
In the "office-optional" business model, top organizations know it's critical to achieve meaningful communication, a feeling of camaraderie and company cohesiveness. This article will explore the virtual employee trend, it's unique communication characteristics and needs as well as review several high and low-tech ways to stay in touch. Read More →