How can online training providers reach a broader audience? How do they provide “remote learning”? Listen as analyst John Leh talks with a learning tech expert about new ways to improve content availability.
Online learning has evolved so much over the years – it’s always eye-opening to talk with someone whose career has spanned all those phases. That’s exactly why I enjoyed comparing notes with today’s guest, Troy Gorostiza, President & CEO of Knowledge Stream and Co-Founder of Course Container.
Troy is a “triple threat” learning innovator with deep expertise as a content development practitioner, solutions consultant and technology vendor.
And today’s interview is especially interesting because we discuss a common issue that inspired Troy’s most recent venture – the need to improve learning content availability.
- Organizational boundaries are rapidly expanding to include customers, partners, contractors and other external constituents. These broader business ecosystems naturally bring opportunities to offer extended online training.
- Until recently, several significant content availability obstacles limited the external reach of online training providers.
- New tools are emerging that promise to overcome key content availability issues without requiring organizations to abandon or replace existing learning systems.