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Without a strategy to top up your learners knowledge you're losing most of the benefits of your learning.
When you focus on three of the most important areas of retail onboarding, you can ensure the strategy tackles your biggest challenges by identifying priorities.
Two-thirds of people don’t trust medical research evidence, says a new study. Dr Claire Smart calls for a shake-up in the way the pharmaceutical industry communicates.
Look back at this year’s Learning Technologies Summer Forum through the lens of a learning designer. What ideas, theories and conversations stand out at the 2017 event?
In pharmaceutical communications, the right visuals can be invaluable. But if something gets lost in translation, misleading imagery can be catastrophic for your brand. Dr Claire Smart looks at art of scientific visuals.
Today’s senior business leaders are grappling with the toughest set of problems for a generation. With political, social, technological and environmental factors bearing down on business, what are CEOs losing the most sleep over?
Learning interventions can be divided into two main types, micro and macro. They solve different problems. Which should you use to meet your business needs?
Customer experience is the new differentiator in retail with in-store colleagues at the forefront of delivering it. Charlotte Bryce reports on how learning reinforcement gives your people the knowledge they need for success.
Learning reinforcement is vital for successful workplace learning. Without it your employees will find it harder to remember and apply what they learn. Stephen Miller looks at what’s at stake if reinforcement is missing from your corporate learning strategy.
Selling takes confidence, and nowhere is it more important than when your customers are the experts. Dr Claire Smart shares her experience on building confidence in one of the toughest jobs in pharma.
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