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Adaptive Learning benefits both the learner and an organization's bottom line. In this episode of Powered by Learning, Craig Joiner, Senior Vice President, Brand Experience at Fulcrum Labs dispels some myths about Adaptive Learning and explains how organizations can put it to work to achieve their goals.
Ensuring Strategic Sourcing with Training
With 28 destinations worldwide, MGM Resorts International includes some of the most famous resorts and casinos in the world. Recognized as one of FORTUNE’s Most Admired Companies, MGM Resorts International has 81,000 employees and purchases all of the products and services necessary to provide quality entertainment, luxurious facilities, and exceptional customer service. As Corporate Training Manager in strategic sourcing, Briana Washington ensures that the purchasing team uses their roles to enable the organization to succeed.
PHRP to Exhibit at PRIM&R AER Conference
PHRP Online Training will be represented by the authors of the course, Dr. Ann Hardy and Dr. Sherry Mills at the PRIM&R 2019 AER Conference on November 17-20, 2019 in Boston, MA. Former NIH Office of Extramural Research (OER) leaders, Drs. Hardy and Mills are well known for their expertise in the ethics and compliance training required for anyone conducting research that includes human subjects.
Using Training to Evolve Amtrak
Created in 1970 to be the national passenger rail system, Amtrak today operates 300 trains each day to more than 500 destinations. In order to make the system efficient, safe and reliable, operators must be well trained to identify and solve issues that may inhibit performance. As Amtrak’s lead instructional designer, Trent Bartholomew integrates content, experiential learning and assessments to ensure operators are adapting to the system’s evolving priorities.
d’Vinci and The Jackson Laboratory Receive SBIR Grant for Online Genomics Literacy Tool
d’Vinci Interactive, a leading learning technology solutions company, announced today the receipt of a Phase I grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences under the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program of the National Institutes of Health.
PCAR, d’Vinci Launch Site to Help Prevent Child Sexual Abuse
The Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape (PCAR) and d’Vinci Interactive showcased a new website Wednesday designed to help parents, teachers and caregivers keep children safe from sexual abuse.
L&D Trends Exciting Training Leaders
Learning and development leaders are bombarded with information about new training approaches and technologies. They evaluate these trends considering the mission of their organization and what might have the biggest impact on performance and results. This video highlights a sample of training trends that have captured the attention of learning and development leaders in a variety of organizations.
Strategies for Converting eLearning from Flash to HTML
In July of 2017, Adobe announced plans to “stop updating and distributing the Flash Player at the end of 2020.” At the same time, the company encouraged “content creators to migrate any existing Flash content to … open formats.”
Innovative Learning for a Technology Retailer
Best Buy Canada is Canada’s largest consumer electronics retailer with more than 175 stores and 12,000 employees nationwide. As the company’s Senior Manager, Learning and Development, Marjorie Van Roon, CPTM, provides innovative programs that drive performance while being inspiring, relevant and fun.
Training People to Make the Food People Love
General Mills is a global manufacturer and marketer of a variety of well-known food brands, including Cheerios, Pillsbury, Betty Crocker and Yoplait. As the Senior Manager, Learning Development within the company’s supply chain organization, Sharron Northern leads change and training initiatives that increase work process efficiency worldwide. In her role, she partners with functional learning leaders in Sourcing, Logistics, Engineering and Manufacturing to create centralized access for employees' skills development.
d’Vinci Parent Company Named to Inc. 5000
For the fourth time in its 30-year history, d’Vinci parent company JPL has been named to INC. Magazine’s prestigious list of the nation’s 5,000 fastest growing private companies. d’Vinci was acquired by JPL in 2013 and has tripled in size since then.
"It’s great to earn this national recognition again. Thanks to our talented team members, we’ve achieved exceptional growth by achieving results for current clients while attracting targeted new business,” said JPL President and d’Vinci CEO Luke Kempski.
d’Vinci Interactive is an award-winning comprehensive learning solutions provider for corporate, government, medical, non-profit, and K-12 target markets.
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