6 things you need when implementing a Microlearning strategy

| February 22, 2019

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Microlearning is exploding in popularity in the L&D, education and company training industries and it’s no surprise why. Despite an annual, worldwide spend of $200bn, work-related training for adults struggles with effectiveness while its methodology hasn’t changed much since the turn of the Millennium. So, whether you want to implement a new, effective training system or augment your existing one, if you want to improve the learning outcomes of your L&D programs you’re going to need a microlearning strategy.

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