Game Based Learning

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Trying to make training millennial ready? But who are millennials?

When Neil Howe and William Strauss coined the term Millennial in 1991 they weren’t sure it would stick to this extent. They have been given different names all over the globe! From Generation Curling in Sweden, to Generation Serious in Norway, or even Generation John Paul II in Poland. So yes, many names, many definitions

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Leadership training has become a big business, with publishers, universities and consultants jockeying to position themselves as the “go-to” partners and gurus to develop leaders, yet research shows most development programs fail to deliver expected returns. According to the American Society of Training and Development (ATD), U.S. businesses spend more than $170 Billion dollars on

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  We’re proud to announce that our trophy case is getting one more addition – one of our game-based soft skills solutions, designed for a large insurance company, recently won the 2016 Brandon Hall Gold for the Best Use of Games and Simulations for Learning! Indusgeeks’ solution to tackle key learning objects in training insurance salesmen was

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Get Introduced to the Lucrative Perks of Training Gamification

Organizations are constantly looking for new ways to make training programs more engaging for employees. Education that is grounded in a game-based approach has always appealed to companies. This is primarily because it offers you the best chances of content consumption and retention, which in turn leads to better trained employees. Read on to know