Why Classroom Training is Obsolete And a Waste of Time

By Leaderonomics x BFM|09-01-2017 | 29 Min Podcast
Source: Leaderonomics Archives
Reinventing Training for the 21st century

The training industry is evolving and the old ways of training delivery that worked the past 100 years has become obsolete. The traditional “classroom training” could very soon be “dead” one day.

Now, a big question arises for corporate education and training – how do we transform this space? And what should we do to reinvent training?

Roshan Thiran from Leaderonomics shares a very different approach to future learning. It includes the following:
1. micro-learning
2. technology-based learning
3. “just-in-time” learning

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