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How to deliver business results with game-based learning

How McDonalds used game based learning to train staff on a brand new till system. 

In-Focus: 70+20+10=100: The Evidence Behind The Numbers (2016)

Towards Maturity has been deconstructing the activities behind the model for many years to understand the extent to which the principles have been...read more

Case Study: Delivering the Kindest Care at HC-One

The blended learning programme that is helping HC-One deliver the kindest care didn't just win the hearts and minds of the eLearning age judges in...read more

Howden’s use of creative flair to ensure eLearning leads to business success.

Want to find out how e-learning can boost productivity, cut costs and create a happy workforce? Yes, it is possible, read on...

Reinventing Leadership Development June 2011
19 Apr 2012 - 974.6 KB

This benchmark with 200 organisations shares lessons on media currently being used to support leadership development with surprising insights into learner preferences.

Games in the Military

Looking to make robust decisions on games for learning? Check out research from defence sector which has lessons for all. This resource addresses platforms, custom content and serious games.

Virtual Environments

Virtual Environments - Insights from the latest BILD Connect Event. This resource addresses serious games.

Virtual Worlds - a serious learning contender?

Virtual Worlds are here to stay, saving enterprises millions of pounds; what use will trainers make of them? This resource addresses strategy, platforms and serious games.

ACSs use of 3D virtual environments in corporate learning

Lesson's from global outsourcing company ACS's use of 3D virtual worlds in corporate learning. This resource addresses custom support, learner support and serious games.

What every L&D professional needs to know about e-learning

New free e-book to help close the e-learning skills gap from Clive Shepherd and Laura Overton. Ideal for all trainers looking to get to grips with when to use different media

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