Why are 30-45 minute elearning modules so ineffective in today's working environment?
Because the modern worker has less than 24 minutes per week to learn - that's less than 1% of their working week! Constant interruptions while juggling huge workloads and heavy learning modules make it difficult to capture the attention of an employee trying to learn something new.
Microlearning breaks chunks of learning into bite-sized portions that make it easy for staff to learn on the go, in short bursts that are more convenient and effective.
Have you tried microlearning in your organisation? What was your experience?
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