The failure to achieve sufficient learning transfer through formal workplace training has many learning professionals scrambling for effective remedies. The intense debate within our community highlights the importance of this issue. It seems as though there is consensus on one idea, however: whether formal or informal, learning is a process that naturally takes place over time through adequate practice and application.
This is why I was intrigued by Axonify, an online learning tool released this month. It incorporates an individualized learning map, repeated retrieval-based learning, short bursts of spaced learning, and gamification (in terms of earning points for rewards).