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Online Learning 3.0 is Happening and You're Probably Behind

 We are willing to bet that there isn’t a training director anywhere who doesn’t wonder if their organization’s training is all it could be. It’s a disappointing thought because in most cases your online training reflects a lot of thought, resources, and expense.

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Extension Engine to develop University of Notre Dame online master’s degree in data science

Partners to develop innovative online courses and technology

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Extension Engine’s Furqan Nazeeri to Speak on Trends in Continuing Ed and Talent Development

Nazeeri to Share Insights at LearnLaunch Across Boundaries Conference

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Building Innovative Corporate Online Learning One Step at a Time

Chances are you are dissatisfied with the eLearning at your organization. If so, you’re not alone. According to a 2016 study by the Brandon Hall Group, the highest score survey respondents gave to their online learning equated to a C-. Another study by the MASIE Center indicates that only 32 percent of employees will start an online course if it isn’t required, that’s how excited they are about the prospect.

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Online Learning and The “Too Hard Pile”

Warren Buffett’s right hand man, Charlie Munger, coined (or made famous) the idea of the “too hard pile.” Back in the day when communication was by physical letters and memos, you would have three bins on your desk: inbox, outbox and the “too hard pile.” In Charlie’s world of investing at Berkshire Hathaway, the key was to look at an investment opportunity and decide where it belonged. If there was “hair on the deal”, his rule was to put it in the “too hard pile” and move on.

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