If training is perceived as contributing to business growth, it will be considered as an essential investment. Training managers understand business goals and align training function such that it contributes to business goals. They need to provide necessary inputs to the management about development and implementation of training plans on an annual basis.
One of the frameworks that helps them in this process is the ADDIE model. ADDIE is the acronym that talks of five phases involved in executing training programs and represents the first letters of Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation.
There were limited technological tools available to perform these tasks. Training managers had to depend on design experts or subject-matter experts for the development of core training curriculums that involved multiple iterations which were time consuming. However, these tasks are made easier with the help of technological tools and applications. Collaborative tools and real time applications have made interacting with multiple stakeholders faster and quicker.
Here is an eBook that compiles a list of technological tools that are being used for delivering training in organizations. Briefly, the eBook talks about:
Learn about the latest and popular technological tools and applications that can enable you to analyze, design, develop, implement and evaluate training programs effectively.