The post Best Practices for Blended Learning, authored by Rite-Solutions' Catriona Barbato, was recently featured on trainingindustry.com. Cat's post can help determine if blended learning is right for your organization, and get you started on the right foot.
When you begin to see changes in your organization resulting from the recommendations in this blog series, it’s time for the sixth step in developing an innovative climate: Begin a recognize and reward campaign. So far, you’re doing it all "rite." You care about employees, so they care about the company. You trust them so they think you can be trusted. You ask them for ideas, they think for [...]
By George Selix, former Executive Director of Content Management at USAA The content management group at USAA, as in many companies, builds and maintains content used in training & development programs at the company. The team also manages the company’s knowledge base—which turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Referred to as Knowledge Development (KD) within USAA, the knowledge base housed 16,000 articles and entries that USAA’s 15,000 [...]
Does it get any better than this? If you’ve been following the steps in this blog series, you now have caring and trusted employees. You have people giving you input and you have a mechanism for applying their intellectual bandwidth to illuminate the best way forward for your business. You have a bunch of new things to consider, based on the ranking of ideas generated by caring and trusted [...]
A compelling example of how simplifying system architecture can provide significant operational improvements is a monitoring system used on U.S. Navy submarines. Over the last three years, Rite-Solutions has radically re-architected the system's design and reduced the technology stack to better meet the Navy’s needs, including: Reduce system maintenance costs Improve the system’s ability to add new technologies and new capabilities Increase the speed with which information is provided [...]