Oded Ilan

Comparative Analysis of Iridize and WalkMe in 2017

As the two leading market solutions, Iridize and WalkMe are normally the two final professional solutions companies need to decide between. In this post we try to help you discover the differences between the solutions and to describe the benefits of Iridize over WalkMe to certain customers.

 

iridize vs walkme

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Facing the Forgetting Curve

How much did your organization spend on employee training and onboarding in 2015? If your organization is like most organizations today, the answer is probably – large sums of money. But let’s be honest, despite offering new employees days’ worth of classroom (or virtual classroom) training packed into a 4-6 day period, hoping they are made “ready” for their post, the result isn’t all that… productive. To say the truth, about 80%-90% of what is presented to new employees during these first, few days is lost – forgotten – within, well, days. This disturbing statistic is a part of a known problem in the learning and training industry called the Forgetting Curve

 

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Onboarding Millennials: From Instructive to Supportive Employee Training

The full version of this article was originally published on on Bob’s Guide. 

Quietly and almost unnoticeably, employee training practices which had been in use for decades are becoming obsolete. While existing practices may still be relevant to some employees, for a growing percentage of our workforce: the millennials, these have become less relevant and even a hindrance. By 2014, 36% of the workforce was comprised of millennials. This means that over a third of your workforce grew up in a world where instant communication and accessible, affordable technology were a given, a thing to be taken for granted.

 

When it comes to work-culture – millennials are different. Being constantly connected and used to immediate feedback, they bring a quick and vibrant rhythm to professional environments. They are digitally native, often preferring to communicate via Hangouts, chats and instant messaging over emails or phones. Chats are actually a good example of the Millennial pace: short, laconic, and efficient – i.e., bite-sized.

Millennials at work

Millennials at work, from this great article on What Makes a Millennial at The Odyssey online

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