It’s once again that time of the year: office holiday party season. It’s a time where companies thank their employees for a year of hard work with a festive event. But this “party” is no run-of-the-mill party. While these parties can be a lot of fun and a great way to connect with co-workers outside of your day-to-day, there are plenty of social and professional landmines you will need to side step.
Tell me if this sounds familiar: You’re wrapping up another busy day at work. You’re packing your things away, firing off a couple emails, and saying ‘good night’ to your coworkers. As your computer screen turns black, you lean back in your chair and take a deep breath when a question pops into your head: “What did I accomplish today?”
Since 2004, October has been designated as National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM). This year, cybersecurity seems more important than ever. Hardly a day goes by without news sources reporting some type of new cybersecurity data breach or threat. The recent Equifax data breach has left many of us concerned about our personal data and threat of identity theft. In an era of rampant cyber hooligans and criminals, all of us need to diligently adhere to safe computing practices.
A large-scale application implementation is a daunting project with a lot of moving parts. How are you going to prepare your people to use the application? When the update involves new work processes, users generally need some kind of training for even the most intuitive and well-designed application. Do you have the bandwidth to design and develop the training your users need?
As the healthcare industry continues to move from a fee-for-service model to an outcome based model, properly trained medical review professionals are becoming ever more crucial. Healthcare professionals, insurance companies, and patients are now working together to find the most cost and medically effective treatments. This is where the Health Effectiveness Data Information Set (HEDIS) comes into play.
Getting your sales team to fully adopt a new CRM can sometimes feel like pulling teeth. Sales people are notoriously habitual and sometimes reluctant to adopt new technology. The reasons for this are varied, but typically it is because they don’t see a reason to change something that “isn’t broken”. They know what’s worked for them in the past, so why change it? There’s also a learning curve to fully understand the technology and how to make it work the way they want it, when they want it. This is where Judge and Veeva CRM MyInsights come in.
Being laid off or fired from your job can be a huge blow and disheartening. Amidst the negative emotions you might be experiencing, it is important to bounce back quickly and start up your job search right away! Often times, it is difficult to figure out how to start this process. After all, it’s not every day you need to go looking for a new job (at least I hope).
Learning software at first can be tricky. The authoring company usually provides videos, an online support community, and sometimes live support, but nothing beats experience. As we learn different tools, we sometimes discover timesaving methods or tricks that can enable us to perform a task more efficiently. So here are three, non-standard tricks I have learned as my experience with Storyline has deepened through the years.
We all know too well that we have little time for learning, so it is no wonder that learning professionals have latched on to the idea of microlearning. All the glowing terms surrounding microlearning sound like a dream come true.
Topics: Learning Solutions