Gerry Griffin, Founder, Skill Pill
Micro-learning has come of age and is increasingly becoming a preferred route for non-compliance
training, particularly soft skills.
The question we want to address in this webinar is whether micro-learning is intellectually rigorous, as compared with long-form learning [e-learning] or face to face training.
We want to explore the following:
It is important to remember that we are not only in the age of short-form learning, but also in the age of disposable learning, in the sense that we don’t necessarily store information anymore; we can simply call it down, on demand, via technology.
Gerry Griffin is founder of Skill Pill, a digital learning agency that has proven expertise in the
production and distribution of micro-learning content, having deployed learning to 120
countries across the globe, serving more than 1 million learners in a range of languages.
Skill Pill has been recognised by various award granting bodies for its voluntary work with
Save the Children and has served clients such as Zurich Insurance, Coca Cola, BBC, Dell and
Gerry is a former director of the London Business School and author of six business books.
He is a frequent TV commentator on web developments and has lectured in the U.S.,
Europe, Asia, and Africa. Gerry is passionate about the impact technology can have on
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