Fifty is a start-up founded to bridge the gap between intention and action, a common problem that can occur with training and elearning that takes the participant out of their workflow to learn.
It translates skills into micro-actions and which guide learners into action, and changing habits and behaviours. Its focus is on softskills, management, values and cultural change.
Fifty calls its work ‘e-doing’, and points out that it could become the new e-learning in the years ahead.
Founder and Chief Revenue Officer, Jérémy Salmon, joins Learning News to explain all about it.
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