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Dispelling the myths – Simulations Edition: Part 3

Dispelling the myths – Simulations Edition: Part 3

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Author – Swati Kamath| Product Marketing Manager In the final part of this series, we look at the last few commonly believed myths about simulations. We address some of the most outdated beliefs that exist and need to quickly be put to rest, as these beliefs obstruct the acceptance and implementation of simulations in modern...
Blog Leadership Lessons

Leadership lessons learnt at KNOLSKAPE

Leadership lessons learnt at KNOLSKAPE

Blog Leadership Lessons
Author: Mariam Taqui Ali | Senior Associate - KNOLSKAPE Insights Centre “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” - Simon Sinek This blog piece is a personal account of my interactions with the leaders at KNOLSKAPE, a place that means to me what...
Dispelling the myths – Simulations Edition: Part 1

Dispelling the myths – Simulations Edition: Part 2

Dispelling the myths – Simulations Edition: Part 2

Dispelling the myths – Simulations Edition: Part 1
Author – Swati Kamath| Product Marketing Manager Theodore Roosevelt once said, “Nothing in the world is worth having or worth doing unless it means effort, pain, difficulty…” These words are incredibly important for the workforce of the digital age to remember. Why? The volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity of the ever-changing business landscape means a...
The Impact of Simulations on the Learning Process

The Impact of Simulations on the Learning Process

The Impact of Simulations on the Learning Process

The Impact of Simulations on the Learning Process

[su_row][su_column size=”2/3″ center=”no” class=””] Author – Swati Kamath| Product Marketing Manager The main outcome of learning any skill is acquiring the level of competence to perform the task unconsciously, or in a habitual manner. According to Noel Burch, developer of the ‘4 stages of learning any new skill theory’, the process by which skills and…

Dispelling the myths – Simulations Edition: Part 1

Dispelling the myths – Simulations Edition: Part 1

Dispelling the myths – Simulations Edition: Part 1

Dispelling the myths – Simulations Edition: Part 1

[su_row][su_column size=”2/3″ center=”no” class=””] Author – Swati Kamath| Product Marketing Manager The use of simulations in training dates to the early 20th century, when the military understood the benefit of simulation-based training. Since then, simulations have become increasingly popular across various other industries as well – Healthcare, Education, etc. Business schools specifically find tremendous value…

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Executing a simulation-powered leadership program: A first-hand experience

Executing a simulation-powered leadership program: A first-hand experience

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[su_row][su_column size=”2/3″ center=”no” class=””] Author – Jayashree G | Facilitator This project of a 10-month leadership intervention for a major Public Sector Bank was my first with KNOLSKAPE. Having been a banker for over 2 decades myself, training the banking fraternity on non-banking topics, something away from regular Negotiable Instruments act or Lending Rates and Balance…

The new age approach for facilitators to stay relevant in the self-paced learning era

The new age approach for facilitators to stay relevant in the self-paced learning era

The new age approach for facilitators to stay relevant in the self-paced learning era

The new age approach for facilitators to stay relevant in the self-paced learning era

[su_row][su_column size=”2/3″ center=”no” class=””] Author – Swati Kamath| Product Marketing Manager Words such as teacher, trainer and facilitator have been used interchangeably for decades, to an extent that the true meaning of the words has been lost. I make this bold statement because the way in which teachers, professors, trainers, facilitators and others in this…

4 Great impacts of self-paced learning for your employees

4 Great impacts of self-paced learning for your employees

4 Great impacts of self-paced learning for your employees

4 Great impacts of self-paced learning for your employees

HRs, learners, organizations at large are employing self-paced to meet their learning needs. But the question here is whether learning needs are being met. Are learners even completing these courses? Read complete post to know the key to completing a self-paced course.

Implementing self-paced learning – Part 1

Implementing self-paced learning – Part 1: Three reasons your organization should have already implemented self-paced learning

Implementing self-paced learning – Part 1: Three reasons your organization should have already implemented self-paced learning

Implementing self-paced learning – Part 1

[su_row][su_column size=”2/3″ center=”no” class=””] Author – Swati Kamath| Product Marketing Manager Research conducted by Middlesex University on work-based learning found that 74% of employees believe that the lack of learning is the biggest hurdle in achieving their full potential at work. Yet employees only average about 6 to 12 minutes of management training across 6…

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