Training Magazine | In order to address time and technology components to learning and development, many corporations have turned to flipped learning. This concept delivers the core content before the learning session takes place so that all of those involved can focus on skills development and interactive problem solving when it comes time for the session.

Michael McGowan, BPI group’s Managing Director, Leadership and Talent, explains how flipped learning programs work, the advantages of using flipped learning (especially now during the COVID-19 pandemic), and how to successfully introduce the concept to your organization. Read more here.