About Steven Boller

I'm a musical marketer who loves to learn. As marketing director at Bottom-Line Performance, I gather industry intelligence from hundreds of organizations interested in improving the performance of their employees through instructionally sound learning solutions and innovative approaches such as game-based learning and retention-driven learning strategies.

Bottom-Line Performance, Roche Diagnostics Receive LTEN “Partnership” Award

Bottom-Line Performance, Roche Diagnostics Receive LTEN “Partnership” Award

Bottom-Line Performance, Inc. (BLP) and Roche Diagnostics received the LTEN “Partnership Award” in the first annual LTEN Excellence Awards competition. The LTEN awards honor best-in-class learning and development initiatives within the life sciences, and winners were recognized on-stage at the … Continue reading

How to Integrate Product Knowledge Into Your Launch Curriculum

How to Integrate Product Knowledge Into Your Launch Curriculum

It’s here! The time has come! Your company’s new product is about to launch and it’s time for the launch event. Reps are flown in from all over the country, or the world, to learn about the new product they will … Continue reading

Ten Steps to a Successful Product Launch Training Implementation

Ten Steps to a Successful Product Launch Training Implementation

We often support clients with complex products to bring to market. The training that supports these product launches is always a multi-faceted collection of learning solutions that must meet the needs of several different learner groups. For product launch training to … Continue reading

Is Your Process Training “Nice to Know” or “Need to Know”?

Is Your Process Training “Nice to Know” or “Need to Know”?

Process is critical to every business, and research increasingly tells us that “tiny habits” matter. It is the small actions, not the sweeping initiatives, that truly define our businesses… and our lives. Every individual has had to learn a set … Continue reading

L&D in 2015: Too Much Content, Too Little Time

L&D in 2015: Too Much Content, Too Little Time

Have you seen the latest list of learning trends for 2015, yet? It might sound familiar to you. “Big data, gamification, mobile/micro/social learning.” These trends are supposed to be your focus for the year. You are supposed to be an innovative learning … Continue reading