Deploying Mobile Learning in Your Enterprise: A guide for CLOs and Training Managers
Consider also another fact of modern life: the consistent
stretches of wasted time, such as traveling, commuting to work, running errands, waiting in long lines, and more. The question that has long intrigued learning professionals is this: how can we make use of that time by providing learning moments or relevant performance support?
The ability to reach people when it is convenient for them, with powerful learning content or support tools that are relevant to what they are doing, is a compelling story for industry thought leaders to tell. And so they have been telling it for many years, with interesting cutting-edge examples and compelling presen-
tations. But it is only recently, with the explosion of the latest generation of smartphones, and a tipping point of success stories to reflect upon, that mobile learning has truly come of age.
Now is the time to understand what mobile learning can provide to your organization, and to do so you need to understand the basics: the “Who, Where, When, What, Why, and How” of mobile learning.
Corey Milnes, Enterprise Learning Strategist
Corey Milnes is an Enterprise Learning Strategist. With over 15 years experience in the learning industry, and is successful consultative sales executive. He aligns customer’s business strategy and tactics to support customer integration of learning and various e-learning technologies. Corey’s experience includes working across industristries including Finance/Insurance, Automotive, Healthcare, Manufacturing, IT, Education, Legal, and Pharmaceutical.
With an exceptional record of achieving high customer satisfaction and goals, Corey is a proven performer in working with executive and departmental teams, developing enterprise solutions, and delivering quantitative results.
Corey has a BA in Marketing from Michigan State University, is certified in certifications in Solution Selling, IMPAX & Target Account Selling, and helped launched one of the first New Horizons Computer Learning Centers in Michigan.
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