There are two types of people in this world: those who pick up concepts quickly, and those who may need a little more assistance along the way. If you're in the vast majority, you've probably experienced the latter. While training programs attempt to construct clear and concise modules, straight-forward content is often hard to come by. Sure, examples are nice, but they aren't very effective if your audience hasn't already grasped the gist of the concept. What better way to tie ideas together in eLearning than with an innovative analogy?
Software has never been more important in our daily lives, and no matter how you define this thing called the future of work one thing is for sure: most of us depend on software to get our jobs done every day. To understand the importance software plays in our lives, you need to look no further than the demand for jobs for people with software skills. Most of the highest paid jobs are closely associated with software. Demand for specific software skills is growing at unbelievable rates that could not have been imagined only a few years ago.