SOURCE: Paradigm Learning

November 08, 2007 16:07 ET

What's Working in Corporate Training Today?

Are Your Corporate Learning Programs Designed to Improve the Learning Retention of Employees?

TAMPA, FL--(Marketwire - November 8, 2007) - Traditional lecture-style training and high-tech online techniques should not be the only solutions in an organization's training curriculum. Training professionals who seek the best way to engage and motivate participants to learn more and faster are integrating classroom-based, discovery learning programs into their learning curriculum.

Paradigm Learning released its latest white paper today entitled Improving Corporate Training Results with Discovery Learning Methodology. This white paper helps educate organizational leaders on training techniques that will motivate employees to exhibit new models of behavior in the workplace.

In this white paper, you'll learn about the five characteristics of effective discovery learning experiences, the steps in a discovery learning design and the advantages of discovery learning over traditional training.

Corporate learning professionals can't afford to waste time or money on training programs that don't produce results. That is why more than half the Fortune 500 companies are using business games, business simulations and Discovery Maps® with their workforce.

Discovery learning is a proven instructional approach that actively involves participants in the learning process. Techniques such as stories, engaging visuals and gaming elements are all part of a well-designed discovery learning session.

All this leads to accelerated learning, high knowledge retention and motivated learners who can successfully transfer what they've learned in a classroom setting to their jobs.

For more information about discovery learning or Paradigm Learning, visit our Web site at or our corporate learning blog at You can also call us at (813) 287-9330 to schedule a live demonstration of discovery learning at your office.

About Paradigm Learning

Paradigm Learning ( is a privately held company based in Tampa, Fla. Since 1994, it has worked with more than half the companies on the Fortune 500 list, creating award-winning business games, business simulations and Discovery Maps® to address a company's specific business needs. Its flagship program, "Zodiak®: The Game of Business Finance and Strategy," has been played by more than one million people worldwide. Other products address such issues as talent leadership, leadership accountability, building teams, project management, organizational change and communicating new initiatives.

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