You need to train your employees so that their time to proficiency is minimized. You are expected to deliver training lightning fast and show immediate results in terms of improved Sales, Efficiencies, or Compliance. Your bosses are quite particular about how much they are willing to pay for it and are not impressed with the bells and whistles in an eLearning course – only by the results your training produces.
And you can do all this with rapid eLearning design and development!
Ted Levitt, the great marketing guru, nailed it when he said, “If a product doesn’t sell, it is not a product. It is a museum piece – great to look at, but of no real use.”
We are tempted (sometimes) to build a fabulous product – a “Taj Mahal” of an eLearning course that may win awards (costing a fortune and months of production time). But deep down, we know that it doesn’t justify the huge cost, time and effort.
Rapid eLearning is the way to go because it delivers on its promises – a promise of MAXIMUM impact in MINIMUM time, with sound instructional design for high quality courses on a large scale.
If you want business results fast and want to make your stakeholders happy, you need to whittle down to the critical basics and invest in rapid eLearning solutions. How?
Newfangled eLearning strategies are all over the place –most of them appropriate for only a few training scenarios. In most cases, they’re not very useful, and almost always too costly.
But here’s the thing. For learning to be effective, you just need to stick to 5 basic principles.
Rapid eLearning’s instructional design is “fast and right”. It is utilitarian, appropriate, and highly effective; and to top it all, it is great value for money.
Your stakeholders – Sales Managers, Operations Heads and Legal Counsels – operate in extremely dynamic and challenging conditions, under very tight deadlines.
Research shows that rapid eLearning solutions can be delivered in 30% of the time taken by conventional training methods.
Faster training means faster results!
eLearning design and development is a process that is both creative and mechanical – ‘creative’ instructional and visual design and ‘mechanical’ course development.
Based on 20 years of experience working with global customers and remote stakeholders, we have adopted the lean and agile iterative Successive Approximation Model (SAM), which accommodates both the creative and mechanical aspects of eLearning design and development.
Rapid eLearning Design and Development can lead to a 30-50% jump in your ROI without negatively affecting learning efficacy, as it focuses on the essentials while cutting out the frills.
Our rapid eLearning solutions have delivered maximum returns on customers’ investments.
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