Boehringer Ingelheim – Interactive Clinical Case
Boehringer Ingelheim wanted to create an interactive experience to reinforce the knowledge acquired by primary care physicians. It had to be competitive and immersive, challenging the participants to engage in teamwork with digital support when approaching a hypothetical chronic patient.
Ipsen – CRM System Rollout – Case Study
Pharmaceutical company Ipsen was rolling out a new CRM system worldwide, and were looking for ways of making the training engaging, interactive and innovative. This was to ensure the delegates felt comfortable using the new system, but in addition, a key deliverable was to ensure the training workshop would be an exciting and memorable experience for all delegates.
How games influence employees’ learning potential
According to an MIT study, the best performing teams are ones that talk together in groups and have individual conversations on the side. But it can be difficult to encourage new employees to talk openly, so team learning through games can break those barriers and get people talking in meaningful ways.
What Will Define Team Development in the Next 10 Years?
“Gamification of learning” – What does this involve, how can it help businesses and what other advancements can we expect over the next ten years? The answers to these questions are interesting as they can be considered “game changers” in many ways. Let’s take a closer look.
Don’t spend any more money on employee training until you have read this ….
Training is phenomenally expensive when it doesn’t make a difference to your company’s performance.
If training your employees in the most cost effective way possible is an absolute must, then this article from Forbes makes compelling reading. Information overload is a modern training dilemma as people’s attention spans have decreased.