• Apr 03
    Workforce productivity can increase by significant margins when a business allows employees to use their smartphones and laptops for work. As a result, companies worldwide are establishing BYOD (Bring-Your-Own-Device) policies. The results can be impressive. For example, Intel Corp. announced in March that its BYOD policy generated about 5 million hours of productivity gains last year. This translates to 57 minutes per employee per workday. As of the end of ...
  • Oct 23
    Our experience is showing that a really good instructor can usually overcome the deficiencies that may exist in a multi-platform training program's curriculum or its delivery mechanism. Moreover, unfortunately, even the strongest program can be undermined if the instruction is inadequate. The instructor is a critical make-or-break element in any connected classroom – and an element that can sometimes be undervalued when a training program becomes too narrowly focused on ...
  • Oct 22
    In 1991, our hearts got warmer and our business got better through delivering hot meals to local residents. Twenty years later, fifteen employees from Logical Operations are still dedicated to volunteering every week for Meals on Wheels. The Meals on Wheels adopt-a-route program, developed by Visiting Nurse Services in Rochester, sets employees from local businesses up with a route to deliver hot meals to the homes of the elderly and ...
  • Oct 09
    Learning Solutions Provider, Logical Operations announces today the release of CompTIA A+ Certification Instructor-Led Training (ILT) Courseware that maps to the revised 220-801 and 220-802 exams. The CompTIA A+ credential is the leading information technology (IT) certification that prepares students to effectively work with computer hardware and software. According to Jeanie Sanders, Certified Instructor, “Anyone that teaches technology will immediately recognize an immense difference between Logical Operations’ new A+ content ...
  • Sep 05
    High-performing employees can become a powerful competitive advantage for an organization. Here are six keys to help the CLO create a high-performance workforce by making multi-platform training more productive. "If Training's results can't be documented, the function might be the victim of the next round of cost-cutting." Download the full article here
  • Aug 30
    Not every learning executive understands the emotional connection employees feel toward their personal devices. For many, the feeling is so visceral that policies restricting their use in the training room seem like an affront to them. Other employees are less wedded to their devices but would greatly prefer to use them during training. For both groups, anti-BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) rules can dampen enthusiasm for the training and lessen ...
  • Jul 27
    Logical Operations Inc., a company founded 30 years ago in Rochester, has been relaunched by a former CEO with a focus on new technology and flexibility to drive growth. View the full article >