Ensure Successful Digital Learning Implementation with the Super Six League

| March 6, 2018

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Every year, billions of dollars are spent on digital learning solutions for training learners in the corporate world. With an ever-increasing flux of technology and increased modern learning needs, focused and strategic planning is important to ensure a good digital learning implementation for learners. To accomplish a smoother implementation, organizations must follow certain best practices. This blog highlights five best practices, providing guidance to those organizations who are considering introducing digital learning. Let us look at them in detail.

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Global Talent Track

Set up in 2008, Global Talent Track (GTT) is a venture funded by Intel Capital and Cisco Systems and is driven by the cause of 'Making India Employable'.GTT is proud to partner with institutions to deliver solutions in three areas: Corporate training, programmes driven by Corporate Social responsibility (CSR) and Talent Resourcing and Development. We have partnered with over 2000 Education Institutions and Government bodies to enable students become employable and bridge the gap in their employability.

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