The rise of eLearning promises serious benefits, including reduced costs, time savings, and more efficient content development. Many companies are now analyzing their training offerings to assess the ROI that blended learning can deliver. This free eBook was inspired by the benefits we’ve seen eLearning bring to hundreds of organizations worldwide.
For most companies, the value of training has long been clear. New staff need to be educated, not just about tasks that are essential to their role, but also about things like company policy and fun stuff like compliance!
Great developers build great SaaS products. And a great company culture builds great developers. That’s what we believe at LearnUpon. After landing in Dublin for LearnUpon’s summer party, I spoke to the development team about the secret to loving life at work. Our talented gang of developers and designers talk about being agile, CEO pranks, and how to instantly spot the right fit for your company culture.
Assessing the value of eLearning is more important than ever. The question of how useful surveys can be for eLearning evaluation has been up for debate over the past few years. Surveys are still a staple for many eLearning professionals who believe they offer a simple method for soliciting feedback about course effectiveness. Others claim that using surveys to assess eLearning is over and that there are more objective ways to evaluate learning outcomes.
LearnUpon has enjoyed some stunning growth spurts over the last few years. When Des and I founded the company four years ago, we were a team of two. Since then, we’ve regularly doubled and tripled in size, until we reached our current head count of 37. And that’s still rising! That rapid growth has been rewarding to watch. It’s what every founder wants. Out of the tens of thousands of tech startups in the world, very few get to scale like this. But it’s also created challenges, partly due to th