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Gnowbe Client Success Stories | Ngee Ann Poly’s Microlearning Journey To Train Leaders On-the-Go

Partnering with Gnowbe helped NP embrace a refreshing range of learning styles from reading and journaling to encouraging the sharing of reflections and learning on mobile. The ability to learn anywhere at any time allowed leaders to continue learning without disrupting.

Future of the Future Summit | So-Young Kang on how she leverages and humanizes technology

In this summit, So-Young touched on various topics – how Gnowbe is designed to elicit engagement from your audience, why having digital skills is essential for survival in this ‘new-normal’, and the emergence of a new trend, which necessitates the humanization of tech and rethinking of our processes to enhance our learning experiences.

Gnowbe Explains | 4 Barriers To Productivity And Employee Engagement

Everybody is aiming to develop the best talent for their organizations! However, many companies still facilitate a very outdated style of training for their employees. Are you UN-intentionally reducing your employee's productivity and engagement?

How to Achieve Business Impact with Performance Learning

Based on the science of adult learning, gamification, and behavior design, Gnowbe’s bite-sized content drives 'on-the-job application' for greater performance. Our back-end data and analytics provide insights into learners' assessment scores, completion rates, and performance, which helps teams optimize for training effectiveness to drive business impact and ROI.

Creating a Gnowbe Account

A step-by-step guide for you to learn how to create a Gnowbe account in less than a minute.

Microlearning in Action: Less Reading, More Learning

From onboarding employees to technical upskilling, microlearning is the most effective way to develop the modern workforce! Watch Gnowbe CEO So-Young Kang share the value of critical thinking in microlearning and challenge misconceptions on the subject.