E-learning for desktop applications: A blueprint for success...
Very early on, desktop training made the transition from purely "classroom-based" to a blended learning model… Businesses and employees alike were quick to take advantage of this development, benefitting from lower costs and a more effective training experience.
Businesses can take inspiration from this transformation, and not just when it comes to desktop training, where already-straining budgets can often explode after the company migrates to a new software suite. All areas of business and professional development stand to gain from the example set by desktop training, which is inspiring L&D departments to develop and deliver optimized training programs that give their employees the support they need in their day-to-day work and allow them to learn more effectively.
This white paper covers the challenges facing desktop training and how businesses and their training providers are meeting them. It also reveals the lessons that can be learned from the last three decades of desktop training, and how they can be applied to other areas of professional training and development.