Among the sales and learning executives we’ve queried, the consensus seems to be the inability of traditional sales training approaches to engage digitally native new-age learners who have low attention spans and expect seamless learning experiences. While most organizations grapple with the challenge of making the training experience meaningful, successful organizations have been steadily moving towards linking knowledge and expertise. They have come to recognize that a smart approach to any learning program must include experience-based learning.
In today’s environment, the most successful program is a combination of customized organizational content and hands-on experience. In this approach, Sales Simulations have proved to be an extremely useful capability builder. They give learners a real-world experience that facilitates rapid, on-the-job outcomes. Download the white paper now to find out the four good reasons to consider Sales Simulations.