The Knowledge Pills Box - 52 Business Topics

Edwin Balog's picture

Ready-to-use e-Learning for your employees' development accessible at their workplace.
Easy to install on your corporate server or intranet including an instant access index course table. Runs on computers and tablets with MS Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari and others.

Communication Skills - Self Management - Project Management - Intercultural Management - and more

KP Titles as eBook Edition

Edwin Balog's picture

Same as the corporate intranet KP courses, KP eBooks are designed to provide a subject matter introduction or refreshment within 15 minutes or a coffee break, offline on your personal eBook reader or PC.

Written by international experts in the field, it is a brief and capable guideline.

The focus is not just to explain "how something works", but to reposition the subject matter in today's world. The objective is to understand the principles, rather than to memorize the facts.

Knowledge Pills Courses

Sylvie Rumler's picture

The focus of many training initiatives is to create a repository of training modules that can be reused to provide ease of maintenance & modularity. Knowledge Pills have been written to adapt and adjust to a common structure which supports many different delivery methods of training, yet reusing the same content.

  • Knowledge Pills are small nuggets of training information: online.
  • They are written by professionals & experts in the field.
  • They are designed to be interesting, compelling, and, where applicable, interactive.
  • Knowledge Pills can be consumed and digested within 15 minutes, supporting the concept of informal learning and enhancing employees’ performance.

What are Knowledge Pills

Daniel Purlich's picture

Knowledge Pills are designed to provide subject matter briefing, refreshment or training within 15 minutes or less.
Broken into between three to five chapters, using a maximum of 4,500 words.
The focus is not just to explain "how something works", but to reposition the subject matter in today's world.
The objective is to understand the principles, rather than to memorize the facts.