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Monthly Digest: Gamification, Mobile Coach Leaderboards


New Mobile Coach Feature: Leaderboards! With Mobile Coach's new automatic leaderboards, you can now take chatbot gamification to the next level by leveraging competitive juices within your teams and departments. The Mobile Coach Platform automatically generates leaderboards and pushed them to participants via a link in a text message. Read More... Some Recommended Reading Let

Mobile Coach and Gamification


We’re excited to announce a new feature in our Mobile Coach Platform: Leaderboards! “Wait,” you might ask, “how does a chatbot run a leaderboard if all the conversations are through text messaging?” We have had the ability for your mobile coach to tally points based on challenges or tasks that the user does. For example,

The Choose to Engage Barrier


The Choose to Engage Barrier The value proposition for technology-based productivity tools with rich user interfaces like apps and websites is appealing because the user experience looks great and feels intuitive. And a rich user interface design lends itself to practical organization of content and functionality in one, easy-to-navigate place. However, the inherent challenge with

Adopting Mobile Learning amidst Corporate Phone Policies


Adopting Mobile Learning amidst Corporate Phone Policies Most large companies acknowledge that most employees want to do at least some level of work-related tasks via their mobile phone, but companies simply cannot afford to provide company phones for every employee. This dynamic brings up important questions and challenges for the enterprise such as: What work-related

Make Your Training Stick


Finally, Make Your Training Stick In the age of big data, savvy companies increasingly expect quantitative proof of training effectiveness. And why shouldn’t they? However, the actual “stickiness” (i.e., return on investment) of training depends almost entirely on what learners do after training, when learners are harder to influence and their attitudes, knowledge, and behaviors

Monthly Digest: Chatbots, Virtual Learning, & More


How the Chatbot Changes Our Relationship to Organizations in Chatbots Magazine by Gideon Rosenblatt Today’s chatbots represent the early phases in automating engagement with an organization’s external stakeholders (i.e. customers, endusers, investors, and supporters). Over the next few years, many — if not most — of the conversations we once had with employees will be replaced by commercial chatbots. Could

Monthly Digest: Training Strategies


  4 Storytelling Strategies To Capture Learners’ Attention in eLearning Industry by Ellen Burns-Johnson Training Strategies: Let’s take 4 principles from the storyteller’s playbook and explore how they apply to eLearning in order to capture learners’ attention. 16 Essential Steps of eLearning Course Design in eLearning Industry by Anand Timothy Starting a new eLearning project? Here we list the 16 essential

Expert Panel (Development Strategies)


We invite experts and professionals in the learning and development industry to discuss various topics each month, such as learning systems, gamification and learning, leadership development, and more. This month's discussion topic: When you contract with content companies to develop workshops and classes, what kinds of things do you look for in an ideal content

3 Tips for Effective Microlearning in a Startup or Small Business


Is microlearning more than just a buzzword? In situations where the learning is fast-paced and information needs to be retained quickly, microlearning can prove to be an efficient tool in aiding learning and development in startups or small businesses. Given that our company [Mobile Coach] is a technology startup, new employees must absorb a lot of information

Monthly Digest: Engagement, Blended Learning, and Teaching


6 Blended Learning Models: When Blended Learning is What's up for Students in eLearning Industry by Judy Thompson Blended learning is no longer an option for the modern classroom. The combination of face-to-face instruction and online learning opportunities allows for individualization, flexibility, and greater chance for student success. Educators have 6 models to choose from.

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