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Intuition Insights - Issue 6 - December 2016

At Intuition we are constantly monitoring the financial markets to ensure that our Know-How Financial Services eLearning library remains relevant to what is happening in the world of financial services.

In this issue of Intuition Learning Insights we cover:

  • Wealth Management: An overview of the services provided to wealthy individuals
  • Replacing Libor: A broken benchmark and the US Fed's alternative reference rate
  • Oil Price and Default Risk: The impact of over-supply of oil on debt and bank loans

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eLearning: Responsive or Adaptive Design: Which to Choose?


With internet usage on mobile devices now greater than usage on desktop, organizations must embrace this new way of accessing information. Deciding which mobile learning approach to take can be a quite daunting task. In this whitepaper we explain the key differences between responsive and adaptive design principles and when best to use each to fit your organizations needs.

Intuition Learning Insights - Issue 5

At Intuition we are constantly monitoring the financial markets to ensure that our Know-How Financial Services eLearning library remains relevant to what is happening in the world of financial services.

In this issue of Intuition Learning Insights we cover:

  • Have We Seen the Bottom in the Commodity Markets?
  • Risks in the Rising Exchange-Traded Funds (ETF) Markets
  • LIBOR Rises Sharply as U.S. Prime Money Funds Bleed Assets
  • The Growth of FinTech

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Intuition Learning Insights: Issue 3

insights_coverLearning Insights is Intuition’s newsletter that discusses trending topics in finance and recommends relevant Intuition Know-How tutorials for further reading. In this issue of Intuition Learning Insights we cover:

  • European Quantitative Easing: Easier Said Than Done: Discussing the implications of the Public Centre Purchase Programme established under the expanded Asset Purchase Programme.
  • Factor-Based Investing: Not Just Flavor of the Month, Part II: Looking at how alternative indexing strategies came to be, and how the move to risk-factor investing was also driven by the need for better risk management.
  • Mrs. Watanabe Seeks a Safe Haven: Analysing the behavioural shift of Japanese savers who are reversing the long-standing trend of traditional, risk averse investments.
  • UK Commercial Real Estate: Not Quite 'Safe As Houses': Looking at the impact of Brexit on the UK's commercial real estate and commercial lending markets.

Mobile Security

sales-via-mobile-local-linx-marketingTraditionally, security has not been a high priority for e-learning; as such content was hosted and only accessible at the organization’s office, behind an enterprise firewall and/or was primarily non-proprietary or confidential in nature. The increasing popularity of mobile learning is rapidly changing how and where we share knowledge, which, in turn, changes the content – both in instructional design and around sensitivity and confidentiality. This paper discusses Intuition’s approach to ensure proprietary information and content is secure in the cloud, on employee devices, and as data travels “over the air” to and from the mobile devices.

Expectations from an increasingly mobile workforce are forcing organizations to empower their employees through Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs that aim to facilitate personal devices for work purposes. Employees are content they don’t have to carry around multiple mobile devices and feel connected to the office. Companies are satisfied as this practice reduces cost and increases productivity levels of the workforce. However, this growing trend introduces less secure mobile devices with access to sensitive corporate information, and enterprise IT. As organizations apply policies less rigorously on isolation, their Information Security departments are starting to enforce strict Acceptable Use and Security policies on what content personal mobile devices have access to in an effort to protect against device data theft.

Top Tips for Developing Mobile Learning

lp-mobile-mobile Mobile devices are more and more becoming ubiquitous with modern life both inside and outside of our professional lives. So it’s not surprising that it has become a vital cog in the wheel of knowledge. Mobile learning enables us to access just in time information whenever and wherever we are. However for mobile learning to be successful within an organization, it must also meet business objectives, audience expectations and make a measurable impact.

In this best practice guide, we've listed seven key questions you should ask your organization to ensure the successful implementation of a Mobile Learning program.

Top Ten Trends in Mobile Learning

KM_ImageThe unrelenting growth of mobile technology has transformed the professional and social lives of millions of people across the world. Employees today expect instant access to knowledge – at their own pace and on their preferred devices. Mobile learning is transforming the way we learn and share knowledge.

At Intuition, we've seen many learning trends come and go over the years while striving to remain ahead of the curve to bring our clients the most innovative and forward-thinking solutions. Download the Top Ten Trends in Mobile Learning to find out more.

Top Tips for Delivering New Hire Programs

lp-2014-09-UK-New-Hire-flipped-learningDiscover how the flipped classroom model can make your new hire programs more time-efficient and cost-effective.

A contemporary theme facing Learning & Development professionals is how to adapt orientation programs to meet the needs of their new hire millennial (or Generation Y) intake.

If you are evaluating your new hire programs, and want to adapt them to meet the needs of Generation Y, flipped learning is a concept worth exploring.

In this best practice guide, we have compiled key considerations for flipped learning to ensure its successful implementation as an integral part of your new hire programs.

Top Tips for Developing Compliance Training

top-tips-for-compliance-trainingFor good or bad, regulation and compliance obligations are here to stay. The myriad of laws, rules and regulations has risen at a record pace. With these changes comes an increase in risk, and just because you’re protected from risk doesn't mean you’re compliant - and vice versa. It’s crucial for your organisation to strike the proper balance between alleviating risk and meeting compliance guidelines unique to your industry.

With limited budgets and resources, this is no easy task.

In this best practice guide, we highlight key questions that you should consider to help create effective training programs, to develop a culture of compliance in your organization:

  • It advises on how to overcome the challenges of implementing compliance training programs
  • It offers considerations to help create effective training programs
  • It recommends ways to engage staff who are already jaded with “mandatory” training