Learning through Application for Return On Investment

Wednesday, 23 March 2016 by Shon Isenhour
As we develop new curriculum for our clients, we have put an incredible amount of focus on moving them from "training for training sake" to training for a documented return on investment. Today I thought I would share a few of the elements that you might look for or create for your training efforts to drive a return on investment.

Three Ways To Stop The Power Point Madness and Increase Retention!

Monday, 21 March 2016 by Shon Isenhour

Last week I had the unfortunate experience of setting through a 300 PowerPoint slide training session that was delivered in 90 minutes. People it was painful, overwhelming, and frustrating. We have got to put a stop to the "Death by PowerPoint" mentality of training. It is born out of the needs of the instructor more than the needs of the student. Shouldn't it be the other way around? ...

Reliability Confessions of the Not Quite Best Practice

Wednesday, 16 March 2016 by Shon Isenhour

You have secrets. Secrets that have robbed the reliability from your facility and its assets. Sometimes it just makes you feel better if you confess your secrets publicly. Maybe you should let a few of your secrets go today, and bask in the relief that follows. Today, you have that chance using the anonymous post feature in the comments section below.  But first let me share a few secrets I know...

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