When Walmart and Google need to improve management skills.
When HP and KPMG need to transform their sales approaches.
When DaVita needs to onboard new team members.
When traditional learning approaches need a reboot.
They turn to Gronstedt Group’s learning games, simulations, VR, AR and e-learning solutions.
What if training were as easy as playing a game? Retail giant Walmart is finding out. Mark Ibbotson, EVP of Central Operations for Walmart U.S., just announced Walmart: The Game, a mobile simulation that leads associates through an array of important customer service...read more
We were honored to win the Silver Medal in the 2018 Serious Play Competition for our KPMG sales simulation game. KPMG’s Advisory Professionals are trusted counselors to the world’s largest, most successful organizations. They face a formidable challenge, though: how...read more
A new generation of “PlayStation professionals” is entering the workforce, a phenomenon with implications for businesses everywhere – perhaps including yours. Professional football players already rehearse their moves with video games. Pilots earn hours in flight...read more
Our latest TD Magazine article explores how virtual and augmented reality are transforming how healthcare workers learn and practice. VR can take you to any place; AR can bring anything to you. VR offers a digital rehearsal space so convincing that learners feel they...read more
CLO Magazine caught up with Anders Gronstedt who breaks down the key differences between virtual reality and augmented reality and their opportunities for learning. Check out the nicely animated explainer video:...read more
We’re delighted and honored to receive no fewer than six training industry awards this year. Last month in New Orleans, we collected a Gold in the Simulations category of Training Magazine’s eLearning Design Challenge (eLDC). The judges praised our 3D Guest-Experience...read more
The Gronstedt Group is staying busy with a number of learning development projects for the desktop environment, including video, games and simulations. But the big news this week is mobile: Apple just announced it will turn its iPhones and iPads into Augmented Reality...read more
One of the first industries poised for transformation by virtual reality (VR) is healthcare. Doctors and nurses can now strap on the VR headset and practice emergency scenarios as if they were real, travel inside the human body to explore it at the molecular level, or...read more
A front-page Wall Street Journal feature this week made a powerful case for virtual reality in training (read it here if you’re a subscriber, the video is public). The article details successful results from a large number of enterprise-scale organizations, including...read more
Our latest CLO Magazine article argues that microlearning can reshape learning, but only if we adopt a consumer-app mindset. Successful microlearning has to look more like Instagram and MyFitnessPal and less like a miniaturized eLearning...read more