Twice a year, the entire Lessonly crew takes a half-day to leave the familiar schoolhouse and get out of the office. We’re talking, everyone in the company, attending an event that is just as vital to Lessonly’s success as the work we would be doing on any other day. We call these events the State
In today’s workplace, more and more companies recognize building engaging team learning as a necessity, but the question often becomes, “what should that learning look like?” We wanted to spell things out a little more clearly: do this when building team learning, and don’t do that. These best (and worst) practices can shape the framework
One of the biggest differences between a modern LMS and a traditional LMS is a team’s access to the information in these systems. Traditional learning systems guard access to information, but we’ve found that employees, teams, and businesses flourish with unhindered access to company knowledge. Here at Lessonly, the next few months are all about
In an ideal world, there would be no trade-offs for companies who want to provide exceptional customer experience. However, we live in a world where time is the most valuable currency. The greatest support teams are the ones that are the most productive in providing customer needs in the finite amount of time they are
Last week, Google announced the relaunch of its polarizing wearable tech product, Google Glass. Google is rebranding the entire project as Glass Enterprise Edition. There was no middle ground when it came to the first edition of Google Glass: you either loved it or you couldn’t think of a bigger waste of $1,500. There are
Today’s economy demands that businesses and workers alike continuously learn and apply new information to remain competitive. However, this presents numerous challenges to workplace managers, who must design training programs to fit a diverse array of employees. Everyone learns differently, which makes it important for managers to identify each employee’s learning style. Whether a worker
Classy builds software that helps nonprofit organizations raise more money online. As if their dedication to people and causes around the world wasn’t already inspiring enough, Classy is equally committed to developing and growing their own team. Classy became a Lessonly customer when they realized they needed a solution to better train and enable their
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