Monthly Archives: May 2015

Sometimes training isn’t the answer.

Several years ago a Pharmaceuticals client called to ask us to revise and update a training program we had developed in 2006. Our original design combined an online branching simulation with an immersive classroom game to introduce their R&D organization to a new product planning process. I responded by asking what prompted our client’s desired…

Are You Prepared?

Millennials are revolting against traditional learning methodologies. They don’t have much patience for static PowerPoint presentations. They’re used to having their thumbs on the buttons of a game controller. And they expect an immersive experience, an ability to control the outcome, and instant feedback to their decisions. The generations of learners that have grown up…