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What is the 70:20:10 model?

In the training profession, we often refer to the 70:20:10 model for Learning and Development. But what is it? This model was created in 1986 by three researchers:  Morgan McCall, Michael M. Lombardo and Robert A. Eichinger. The objective of their research was to... read more

The Top 6 Most Read Articles in 2016

Here are the top 6 most-read articles on Shortways’ blog in 2016 1.Digital Transformation : the 5 keys to success 2. Learning has changed!  3. Digital Transformation : Make your employees an asset  4. Optimize information with a knowledge base, an integral... read more

Step by Step : a new feature developped by Shortways!

Shortways is pleased to present its new Step by Step feature.   A feature supporting the new training methods. We talked about is a lot in our blog articles, cloud is everywhere! And it is a real opportunity for companies! Beyond the technical aspects, it is even... read more

Why is business application training essential key?

US companies spend over $70 billion in corporate training. It represents over $130 billion worldwide according to The Corporate Learning Factbook. A McKinsey study shows that only a quarter of these training sessions allow employees to improve their performance. So,... read more

Oracle Open World 2016: Report

Last week, Oracle Open World took place at San Francisco !! Shortways attended this famous event which gathers together business decision-makers, IT management as well as line of business users of Oracle software. Oracle Open World was the occasion to show product... read more

Cloud: a success led by IT and business

Cloud is everywhere. The adoption of cloud solutions is very important in order for the organization to become efficient! But the gap between the IT department and the rest of the company causes a wrong appropriation of this new technology. According to a recent study... read more

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