We provide tips, tools and templates for meeting specific training needs.
In our webinars, we turn case studies into takeaways you can apply to your organization.
We speak, present and facilitate at industry conferences year-round.
We used the results from our Learning and Remembering Survey to create our 2017 Learning and Remembering Report. Find out how organizations like yours are delivering training.
The definition of a successful learning solution can be subjective. That’s why we created our Learning Solution Scorecard.
Our worksheet helps you check what questions you are currently asking, see a sample learner persona and create a persona of your own.
What will learners remember after taking your training? This white paper by Sharon Boller outlines four learning strategies that improve long term retention.
Whether you are new to serious games and gamification or are looking to make your next one more successful, consider these seven tips for a successful implementation.
A helpful guide to creating and implementing your next product launch training.
We’ve put together this “lookbook” to demonstrate how a variety of approaches can be used to deliver effective safety training.
This white paper shows how a three-phased approach to product launch training can be the secret to a successful launch.
We have a created a simple, 10-question worksheet to help you kickstart your Training Needs Analysis.
This guide to Agile Learning Design was written by instructional designers, for instructional designers.
Want your learning program to change behaviors and improve performance? Use our simple template for planning your training program to get you started.
Task analysis is a crucial part of the training needs analysis process. Use our worksheet to get started fast.
This self assessment worksheet will allow you to score your training program in eight key areas and see where you stand.
We’ve taken some of our best internal design tools for designing learning solutions and made them easy to understand and apply.
With so many new technologies on the market, how do you sort through the irrelevant and the junk? We’ve come up with this simple checklist to help you out.
Need to Train some Trainers of your own? Are you a facilitator looking to improve your presentations? We’ve produced a concise guide that summarizes our Seven Truths about Remembering.
In this webinar, Sharon Boller and Dr. Karl Kapp will share tips and best practices from their new book, “Play to Learn: Everything You Need to Know About Designing Effective Learning Games.”
This webinar is a case study of how The Mosaic Company redesigned its mandatory new hire and annual refresher training program to focus on key safety objectives while complying with numerous regulatory requirements.
This webinar shows how the design principles of the increasingly mobile web can make training more effective and improve learner adoption rates.
Yesterday’s sales enablement strategies are no longer enough for the “new normal.” This webinar shows how to move forward with games and more.
Agile methodologies have been used in software development for years. Now learning designers are seeing its benefits for our field. Learn all about Agile Learning Design in this webinar.
This webinar demonstrates why the analysis phase is essential to a successful training initiative. Then, we put theory into practice by sharing two case studies from recent client analysis projects.
This session shares research on remembering — and forgetting — and identifies techniques that foster long-term retention.
In this webinar, we share how several organizations have put theory into practice and implemented games as part of their training programs.
Sharon Boller and Karl Kapp’s new book “Play to Learn” comes out March 3rd. Join us over the next few months on the Play to Learn blog book tour. There will be several great “stops” along the way!
Sharon Boller will give her session on The Fundamentals of Learning Game Design: Playing to Learn. Recognize the fun in games and how it engages us.
Knowledge Guru by Bottom-Line Performance will be exhibiting again at the ATD 2017 International Conference & Expo!
Bottom-Line Performance will be exhibiting again at the LTEN 2017 Conference & Expo!
Sharon Boller will give a pre-conference workshop on learning game design and two sessions: one on mobile learning and another on gamification strategy.
ATD CIC program details TBA.
Sharon Boller will give a workshop at ATD LearnNow later this year. Details TBA.
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