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Corona Exit or the New Normal?

Corona Exit or the New Normal?

Alina Olkkonen13.10.2021 — It’s been well over a year since work as we knew it changed and companies were faced with a task to continue operations during a global pandemic by either moving employees to work from home or implementing social distancing rules in the workplaces. Now we are in for a different kind of challenge.

Do the Right Thing

Do the Right Thing

Riku Alkio26.8.2021 — E-learning and distance learning are here to stay and it forces many companies to think about their own training programs. In order for the training to be effective, it is important to find engaging and motivating ways to deliver the training. Gamification offers the keys to achieve that.

Digital Training Makes Sense

Digital Training Makes Sense

Riku Alkio15.12.2020 — This past spring we moved everything online: school, work, shopping, you name it! This meant that many companies finally had to review their internal training methods, and hop aboard the digitalization train. In this blog post our CEO Riku Alkio discussed digital training in the corporate sector.

The nightmare of every employee: Compliance training

The nightmare of every employee: Compliance training

Tero Kulha29.6.2020 — What kind of feelings does ‘compliance training’, awake in you? Joy, fun, motivation, engagement? Maybe not. Let’s face it: compliance training is probably the most boring thing you can come across in your professional life. But it doesn't have to be.

Counter Strike - Corona-Exit Strategy With Gamification

Counter Strike - Corona-Exit Strategy With Gamification

Riku Alkio26.5.2020 — Drafting a correct roadmap out of the corona crisis is important. Have you done it yet? Have you thought how the new normal is communicated to the employees? Gamification is a splendid way to communicate what the new normal looks like in your company.

Strategy execution and Corona virus crisis

Strategy execution and Corona virus crisis

Timo Nieminen28.4.2020 — Corona virus has messed-up the world economy when I’m writing this article in April 2020. Companies are struggling and trying to find ways to survive. Governments around the world are granting loans and support packages to the corporate sector.