Many organizations train, but don’t really know how to transfer knowledge to their employees. They struggle to communicate standard information across their company. This is because training and communication is too much information to be retained at once, and when it comes it is not relevant, timely, or accessible.
Knowledge transfer is defined as getting the right amount of information to complete a task properly, and creating a way to share it effectively with the right people. Microlearning can help build a culture that is more productive, more efficient, and incident-free when it is delivered in a way that increases retention.
In this session you will:
- Learn three steps to create a trusted library of content
- Discover how to create bite-sized chunks of information that is easily consumable
- Engage in interactive exercises to create a microlearning module