Accelerated learning - The natural approach

Traditional learning and development approaches offer frameworks and basic sets of principles to help design, develop and deliver learning materials and education. Many of these approaches however, overlook how humans learn, and the result is often an experience that fails to meet the learning objectives. To bridge this gap, Sysdoc has recently conducted internal training sessions and completed a refresh of tools, templates and methodology in line with Accelerated Learning principles.
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Game storming

It may not have received the same publicity as the 80/20 rule, but a new method called ‘game storming’ can be utilised by organisations of every size - using games in a meeting environment to encourage and support creative and innovative thinking.
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How I learned to gameference

You've been asked to design a new solution, product, website, e-learning course or similar. You have many stakeholders to consult and not much time. Sound familiar? Oh, and the last 'brainstorming' sessions have been drab, poorly attended… and the subject area at hand? Well, let's say it's Master Data. A gameference could be the solution.
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Learning innovation - Gamification

Engaging people to define and embed new ways of working is a challenge managers frequently face and over the last few years a number of organisations have looked to new approaches to get results. They have found that there are major benefits in the power of competition and fun in motivating people to change and have used games in learning programmes.  As a result, companies have brought gamification in to their change management tool kit, through both traditional board games and digital learning solutions.  
 
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Outsourcing your learning and development

Outsourcing to specialist companies is not a new concept. Over the past twenty years many companies worldwide have outsourced different functions. Examples of outsourced activities are administrative duties, learning and development, call centres and helpdesk/IT support. Perhaps even, in the future, if life is to follow art, retirement will be outsourced as in the 2011 movie 'Best Exotic Marigold Hotel'.
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