Why Knowledge Management Should be the Driver of your Factory Ramp Strategy
Odds are you’ve never heard of Moore’s First or Second Law unless you are in the semiconductor industry. But as a manufacturer, you have come to expect a loss of productivity every time a new product arrives on the factory floor. You know the longer the period of low productivity, the more impact it will have on the bottom line. What if there was a way to minimize the disruption? What if there was a proven approach to maintaining productivity?
Is Covid-19 the Tech Tipping Point for Higher Education?
The current educational landscape poses significant challenges, but it also offers unparalleled opportunities. This new normal provides higher education with the impetus to transform its existing paradigm through technology to better meet student needs. This paper examines how the right technology can help universities meet the challenges posed by this transformation to develop long-term strategies for success.
Transform Now! The Opportunity Cost of Digital Inaction
The concept of digital transformation goes beyond the use of digital technologies in business. It is a mindset that focuses on the customer, develops an innovative culture and improves operational efficiencies. What opportunities will your company miss and how much will they cost you if you don’t execute a digital transformation strategy?
How a Simultaneous Print and Digital Workflow Saves You Time and Money
The challenges publishers face today are minimizing redundancies, competing timelines and unintegrated technologies. Leveraging a simultaneous print and digital workflow will lower costs significantly, increase end-product quality, quicken your time-to-market, and delight and engage your end-users. At Gutenberg Technology, we have been at the forefront of digital-first innovation for multi-device content distribution for almost a decade. In this case study, we address the challenges of a disjointed print and digital workflow through the successful implementation of our platform.
How to Effectively Enable and Train Manufacturing Employees
The competitive pressures of lean manufacturing, agile product development, and a more software intensive working environment are forcing manufacturing companies to rethink how to make their workers more productive. Ultimately, manufacturers must maximize facility throughput in the most efficient means possible. This requires optimizing asset utilization, minimizing equipment downtime, and ensuring the production line is properly balanced – all of which are critically dependent on your employees. You will learn:
The science behind learning, training, and how people process information
Why current training methods fail in manufacturing environments
How to digitize and transform your product and technical information to help your employees work smarter and more efficiently
6 Things You Need to Know About LTI for Corporate eLearning Content
The 2018 Industry Training Report estimates companies spend 11% of their training budget on eLearning tools and technologies, which averages about $1,000 per learner! With this kind of investment, you want to make sure your content is able to reach every intended end user. This guide covers:
An introduction to Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI)
The impact of LTI vs. SCORM on eLearning
The benefits of LTI for both content creators and learners
6 Must Haves For Creating An Engaging Employee Training Program Your Team Will Love
An engaging employee training program has a wealth of benefits. In fact, 94% of employees that took the most recent Workforce Learning Survey said they would stay at a company longer if their employer invested in training that advanced their career. We're here to guide you in developing a successful eLearning plan! This guide covers:
Key benefits of eLearning for employee training
Employee training types supported by eLearning
6 tactics to actually create engaging eLearning content
Revolutionize Academic Publishing with Flat Fees for Digital Textbooks
Publishers are facing a decline in sales of textbooks throughout the industry. The shift from traditional revenue models based on hardcopy printing has been transformed by a digital content revolution that has disrupted the industry, leading not only to a loss of income for textbook publishers, but also a loss of jobs for their employees. They face an important decision, continue with their physical textbook strategy or join the digital revolution as learning turns online. This whitepaper covers:
Digital content revolution
The decline in the demand for textbooks
Flat fee or subscription-based digital content
Pros and cons of the flat fees model
This is the Future of Educational Publishing
Gutenberg Technology conducted a survey of the educational publishing industry within universities and amongst higher education leaders to understand their vision of the future of educational and academic publishing. The results surprised us, and we thought it useful to share them. Themes of the survey include: