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Inno-Versity Podcasts

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Sperry Success Story (PDF)

When an iconic, authentic, sea-worthy brand needed retail training assistance, Inno-Versity custom designed a Learning Module specially accessible through mobile technology.

Mexican Restaurant Success Story (PDF)

Learn how Inno-Versity helped a fast-casual food chain create a system to align associates with their brand, fostering better employee engagement.

Innotec Success Story (PDF)

Discover how Inno-Versity designed adaptive Work Instructions for this manufacturing innovator to train employees around the globe on machines without shutting down production.

SpartanNash Success Story (PDF)

Read about how Inno-Versity created a custom eLearning Module for this national grocery retailer that helped rising employees develop the leadership skills necessary for providing distinguished service.

Inno-Versity Demo Video

At Inno-Versity, we create learning programs tailored to the people using them. Take a look at some of our recent projects, and see how we can help your organization embrace better learning.

US Training Report: Industry Trends 2017

Download this report from Training Industry to learn about the what, why, and how of North American corporate training trends.

Great Minds Podcast: #013 Kristen Hadeed, author of Permission To Screw Up

Kristen Hadeed is a sought-after CEO who teaches others how to lead by rejecting perfection and embracing mistakes. Her new book, Permission To Screw Up, follows her journey to build her company.

Great Minds Podcast: #012 Toni Freeland of Wolverine World Wide

Listen in as Toni Freeman discusses how she works to help others realize their potential, one person at a time, one interaction at a time, one day at a time.

Great Minds Podcast: #011 Jerry Kaminski of Consumers Energy

Jerry Kaminski leads learning and development at Consumers Energy and discusses how he works to effectively develop roughly 16,000 people every year.