5 Ways Content Depreciates, and How to Stop It

Category: Education

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Despite significant investment in training programs, annual training program reuse hovers at a rate of about 50% annually, meaning that approximately half of a given company’s training portfolio is not being utilized annually. Annual expenditure and time investment on new training program development exceeds the attention placed on maintaining legacy content by a wide margin. This is especially problematic because old training programs still contain valuable information developed in cooperation with a company’s subject matter experts.


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Ways Legacy Training Content Loses Value And How to Stop it 609 606-9984 infoinfoprolearning.com infoprolearning Ye Olde Training Brand New "Its Perfect" New content hot off the press or ePress. Its exactly what you need What could go wrong Year 1 Content Inaccuracies Company statistics change Products get updated with new specs and errors in the original content are uncovered over time. Year 2 Outdated Design The graphic design for PowerPoint slides and e- learning courses tend to look dated after just a couple of years. Year 3 Training Not Aligned with Business Needs Older training programs might not be aligned with the companys business needs and desired employee performance outcomes. Year 4 Changing Learner Demographics Trainings solutions that work for baby boomers might not be suitable for millennials. Year 5 Outdated Digital Formats E-Learning content developed in flash legacy versions of rapid development tools and in older version of SCORM might not work with new LMSs and internet browsers OR Extraneous Content Reduce Instructionally Sound Content Reuse into future-proof formats Recycle STOP Too many companies are allowing the depreciation of their training portfolios by neglecting to use old content. Maximize the ROI on training by modernizing old training programs To Learn more Visit www.infoprolearning.com

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