Archive for Training the Workforce

Training the Workforce, Part 5: Feedback Motivation in Action

Jen Loglia | March 14, 2013 This is part 4 of an on-going series of blogs on using games for training the workforce. My boyfriend was sitting at the computer and called out to me “We should do this together.”  Naturally, I responded “Do what together?”  He replied, “Learn French.”  Nuh uh, nope, I did […]

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Training the Workforce, Part 4: Can I Get a Little Feedback?

Skilan Ortiz | February 28, 2013 This is part 4 of an on-going series of blogs on using games for training the workforce.   The first 3 parts of this Training the Workforce series has seen us take a look at transfer of training, the potential of using video game training, and how motivation can […]

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Training the Workforce, Part 3: What Motivates Your Employees To Perform?

Brian Eddy | February 4, 2013 This is part 3 of an on-going series of blogs on using games for training the workforce. In my previous blog, I talk about my experiences with two organizations and the effectiveness of training types and feedback procedures presented to the trainee. This blog however, will diverge from the […]

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Training the Workforce, Part 2: Video Games in Business – A Generational Divide?

Skilan Ortiz | October 22, 2012 This is part 2 of an on-going series of blogs on using games for training the workforce.  When you take the time to think about it, you begin to realize that we are living in a very exciting time for the field of training. With technology constantly advancing at […]

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Training the Workforce Part 1: Transfer of Training

Brian Eddy | October 15, 2012 This is part 1 of an on-going series of blogs on using games for training the workforce.  Have you ever had a job that left you dumbfounded on the first day of interaction? Are you finding yourself unproductive and lacking some skills or knowledge essential to complete a task? […]

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