Our Top 7 Posts From 2014
To close out our blog for 2014, we’ve decided to share our top 7 most read blog posts from the past year. Our posts on gamification were particularly popular (which is partially what lead us to create our latest workbook); however, there were a few others in the mix as well.
Here are the posts in order:
7: Maybe the Millennials are Doing it Right
Summary: Unceremoniously dubbed ‘Generation Me’ by skeptics, the millennials are often criticized for needing constant affirmation and easy success. But I like to think that the millennial generation brings fresh perspective to the work environment.
6: The New Learning Manifesto
Summary: We have put up with traditional learning for too long. It’s time we re-write the rules and usher in a new era of learning. To help guide us along, here is the new learning manifesto: Learning will be continuous and woven into the workday as opposed to being a one-time, event-based session.
5: The Impact of Bite-Sized Learning
Summary: Discover an infographic which depicts the impact that bite-sized learning is having on leading global-organizations. Is your learning bite-sized? If not, find out why it should be.
4: Enterprise Gamification Ain’t Going Anywhere
Summary: From sales and conversion rates to safety and compliance, gamification is becoming too big to ignore and it’s not going anywhere anytime soon.
3: The Importance of Confidence Based Learning
Summary: Confidence Based Learning takes your employees from Uninformed to Mastery, and from Paralysis to Informed Action. Discover how it can help you today…
2: 7 Key Learning Points on Gamification
Summary: Discover what we’ve learned about the gamification of corporate learning after accumulating data from over 100,000 employees in world-class organizations.
1: 5 Trends in the Gamification of Corporate Learning
Summary: Find out where the gamification of corporate learning is heading in 2014 with these five trends, taken from our latest webinar with Karl Kapp.
We hope your 2014 was filled with a ton of tremendous learning opportunities and wish for even more in 2015. See you in the new year!
Written by Shum Attygalle