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Month: November 2018

What’s it going to take to get your Virtual Classroom started?

When it comes to eLearning, instructor-led virtual and interactive classrooms with two-way video and audio are the gold standard. Sure, passive video modules which play a recorded session will meet regulatory requirements for things like safety training and basic company procedures and they have several advantages, the first being they’re cheap to make and can be used over and over ad infinitum bringing their cost per deployment down to pennies. But if the content is… [ read full ]

Global Warming and Real Estate – It’s long overdue for us to lead the way!

The Real Estate sector forms one of the bedrocks of society. In 2016 Fortune Magazine estimated the value of all residential, commercial, forest and agricultural land to be $217 trillion dollars. By way of comparison, the total value of all the gold ever mined from prehistory to present is approximately $6 trillion. This, in my view makes Real Estate the pre-eminent global asset class that has the most power to impact national and international economies.… [ read full ]

Soft costs vs hard costs: Teasing out the ROI of Virtual Learning

Last time we talked about how eLearning can benefit your bottom line. Today, we'll be going in a little deeper. Money, they say, talks. The BS walks. So it is with eLearning. You can fulfil the most basic regulatory requirements and go cheap but you’ll get what you pay for: low engagement, poor knowledge retention and no measurable productivity gains. But they’re soft costs, right? They don’t hurt the bottom line so it’s all good,… [ read full ]