SolveBoard can be an incredibly powerful tool when it comes to training for organizations of all types. The ability to easily organize information in a way that is easily understood and referenced can be very useful in providing training resources for both new and veteran employees. Below are some examples of how SolveBoard can be used in your organization to improve Training.

Barbara is a trainer. She uses SolveBoard to develop guides for various training sessions. 

Barbara travels throughout her organization and provides training about HR Policies to employees. She has tested several different methods for presenting the material to her students including booklets, videos, etc. While all work to some degree, she has experienced shortcomings as well. HR Policies evolve rendering previous materials useless. Students want to be able to reference what they learned at a later date and to make sure that the information they are reviewing is up to date. So Barbara started using SolveBoard to organize, present, and share the material with her students. Barbara was able to more effectively provide training for employees with SolveBoard.

Barbara broke her training down into six segments. Each topic within those segments has a presentation attached to it or a website that can be accessed. She made this model available to her class so they could refer back to it as needed.

Eric is a consultant. He uses SolveBoard to provide training about new business tools and models. 

Eric is constantly developing new business tools and models that can be used by his client companies. In order to teach employees about a new tool or model quickly within an client organization he uses SolveBoard. He can then present the tool, some examples of how to use it, and collaborate about the tool with employees of the client organization. He also provides templates that he developed on SolveBoard, which can be immediately used by employees. Eric is able to more effectively teach employees of client organizations about new business tools and models with SolveBoard.

Eric is teaching about “Porter’s Value Chain” to employees of a client organization. He developed a template based on the tool and trained employees on how to utilize it to improve the client organization.

Helen is a trainer. She uses SolveBoard to organize training sessions and materials. 

Helen is tasked with conducting training activities for several different areas. She finds it difficult to keep everything organized given that she covers such a variety of material. So she began using SolveBoard to organize training sessions and the materials for each. She developed an individual model for each training session she conducts. As she travels, she does not need to take anything with her as all the material is within the model and can be accessed from anywhere. She can also use the training model to plan the class agenda and even uses it to actually present the material when appropriate. Helen uses SolveBoard as a comprehensive solution for managing her training sessions.
Helen is using this model to train employees on goal setting. Each item is explained in detail in the information panel along with examples and supporting documents. This can then be used as a template by students for their own work.

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